Emily Dickinson

(10 December 1830 – 15 May 1886 / Amherst / Massachusetts)

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1 "Hope" is the thing with feathers 160
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2 "Faith" is a fine invention 46
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3 Success is Counted Sweetest 42
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4 "Why do I love" You, Sir? 37
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5 There is another sky 31
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6 "Nature" is what we see 22
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7 A Bird came down the Walk 19
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8 "Heaven"—is what I cannot reach! 15
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9 I Died For Beauty 13
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10 Tell all the Truth but tell it slant 13
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11 A Clock stopped 12
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12 A loss of something ever felt I 12
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13 I like a look of Agony 12
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14 We Grow Accustomed to the Dark 12
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15 "Arcturus" is his other name 11
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16 To make a prairie (1755) 11
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17 A Book 10
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18 I cannot dance upon my Toes 10
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19 It would have starved a Gnat 10
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20 By The Sea 9
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21 The Brain—is wider than the Sky 9
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22 After great pain, a formal feeling comes -- (341) 7
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23 Because I could not stop for Death (712) 7
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24 Chartless 7
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25 If I can stop one heart from breaking, 7
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26 Papa above! 7
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27 The Loneliness One dare not sound 7
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28 A Bird Came Down 6
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29 A slash of Blue 6
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30 Apparently with no Surprise 6
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31 Fame is a bee 6
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32 He fumbles at your spirit 6
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33 I like to see it lap the miles, 6
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34 Sic transit gloria mundi 6
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35 The name—of it—is "Autumn" 6
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36 We dream—it is good we are dreaming 6
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37 What Soft—Cherubic Creatures 6
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38 A science—so the Savants say 5
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39 A Secret told 5
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40 Bee! I'm expecting you! 5
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41 Bring me the sunset in a cup 5
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42 He touched me, so I live to know 5
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43 I felt a cleaving in my mind 5
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44 I’ll tell you how the sun rose 5
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45 If you were coming in the fall, 5
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46 I'm nobody! Who are you? 5
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47 Nature the gentlest mother is 5
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48 Tell All The Truth 5
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49 The Soul Selects Her Own Society 5
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50 A Charm invests a face 4
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51 A door just opened on a street 4
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52 A doubt if it be Us 4
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53 A light exists in spring 4
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54 A shady friend for torrid days 4
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55 Besides this May 4
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56 Dreams—are well—but Waking's better 4
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57 Glee—The great storm is over 4
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58 Her breast is fit for pearls 4
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59 I never lost as much but twice 4
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60 The Body grows without 4
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61 The Chariot 4
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62 Water, is taught by thirst 4
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63 A Lady red—amid the Hill 3
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64 A little bread—a crust—a crumb 3
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65 A long, long sleep, a famous sleep 3
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66 A Route of Evanescence 3
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67 A toad can die of light! 3
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68 All overgrown by cunning moss 3
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69 Ambition cannot find him 3
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70 Ample make this bed. 3
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71 An everywhere of silver 3
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72 Arcturus 3
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73 As if some little Arctic flower 3
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74 Exultation is the going 3
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75 Fame is a fickle food (1659) 3
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76 Good night, because we must 3
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77 How happy is the little Stone 3
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78 I have a Bird in spring 3
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79 I have never seen "Volcanoes" 3
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80 I heard a fly buzz when I died; 3
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81 I've known a Heaven, like a Tent 3
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82 Nature is what we see— 3
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83 Nobody knows this little Rose 3
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84 That Distance was between Us 3
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85 The Color of the Grave is Green 3
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86 The Daisy follows soft the Sun 3
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87 The Sun—just touched the Morning 3
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88 There's a certain Slant of light (258) 3
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89 This—is the land—the Sunset washes 3
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90 Those who have been in the Grave the longest 3
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91 Trust in the Unexpected 3
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92 Will there really be a "Morning"? 3
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93 Your Riches—taught me—Poverty 3
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94 A Cloud withdrew from the Sky 2
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95 A Coffin—is a Small Domain 2
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96 A Death blow is a Life blow to Some 2
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97 A Dying Tiger—moaned for Drink 2
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98 A feather from the Whippoorwill 2
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99 A poor—torn heart—a tattered heart 2
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100 A Prison gets to be a friend 2
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101 A sepal, petal, and a thorn 2
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102 Abraham to Kill Him 2
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103 All Circumstances are the Frame 2
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104 As by the dead we love to sit 2
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105 As the Starved Maelstrom laps the Navies 2
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106 Autumn—overlooked my Knitting 2
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107 Awake ye muses nine, sing me a strain divine 2
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108 Death is a Dialogue between 2
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109 Death is potential to that Man 2
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110 Delayed till she had ceased to know 2
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111 Dying! Dying in the night! 2
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112 For Death—or rather 2
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113 Four Trees—upon a solitary Acre 2
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114 Give little Anguish 2
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115 Going to him! Happy letter! Tell him-- 2
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116 Good night! which put the candle out? 2
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117 Have you got a Brook in your little heart 2
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118 Heart! We will forget him! 2
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119 Heart, We Will Forget Him 2
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120 Her— 2
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121 Her—"last Poems" 2
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122 Home 2
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123 Hope is the thing with feathers 2
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124 I cross till I am weary 2
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125 I had a guinea golden 2
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126 I hide myself within my flower 2
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127 I live with Him—I see His face 2
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128 I measure every Grief I meet (561) 2
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129 I shall keep singing! 2
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130 I showed her Heights she never saw 2
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131 I stepped from plank to plank 2
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132 I tend my flowers for thee 2
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133 If I should die 2
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134 I'm sorry for the Dead—Today 2
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135 Mama never forgets her birds 2
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136 Much Madness is divinest Sense 2
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137 My life closed twice before its close; 2
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138 My nosegays are for captives; 2
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139 My period had come for Prayer 2
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140 My River runs to thee 2
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141 No Bobolink—reverse His Singing 2
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142 One need not be a chamber to be haunted, 2
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143 Portraits are to daily faces 2
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144 Presentiment is that long shadow on the lawn 2
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145 So has a Daisy vanished 2
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146 That I did always love 2
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147 The bustle in a house 2
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148 The Outer—from the Inner 2
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149 The rainbow never tells me 2
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150 The Test of Love—is Death 2
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151 The Tint I cannot take—is best 2
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152 The Wind begun to knead the Grass 2
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153 The wind begun to rock the grass 2
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154 There is no frigate like a book 2
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155 'They Have Not Chosen Me,' He Said 2
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156 This is the land the sunset washes, 2
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157 Tie the strings to my life, my Lord, 2
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158 To hear an Oriole sing 2
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159 To my small Hearth His fire came 2
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160 Train 2
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161 Unable are the Loved to die 2
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162 Undue Significance a starving man attaches 2
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163 Unit, like Death, for Whom? 2
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164 What care the Dead, for Chanticleer 2
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165 What Inn is this 2
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166 Whose are the little beds, I asked 2
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167 "Houses"—so the Wise Men tell me 1
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168 "I want"—it pleaded—All its life 1
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169 A drop fell on the apple tree 1
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170 A little road not made man 1
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171 A long—long Sleep—A famous—Sleep 1
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172 A Man may make a Remark 1
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173 A Shade upon the mind there passes 1
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174 A shady friend—for Torrid days 1
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175 A solemn thing—it was—I said 1
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176 A still—Volcano—Life 1
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177 A thought went up my mind to-day 1
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178 Afraid! Of whom am I afraid? 1
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179 Ah, Moon—and Star! 1
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180 An Hour is a Sea 1
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181 Apology for Her 1
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182 As Frost is best conceived 1
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183 As if the Sea should part 1
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184 As One does Sickness over 1
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185 Beauty—be not caused—It Is 1
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186 Before the ice is in the pools 1
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187 Before you thought of spring, 1
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188 Behind Me—dips Eternity 1
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189 Best Things dwell out of Sight 1
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190 Bless God, he went as soldiers 1
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191 Bloom upon the Mountain—stated 1
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192 By my Window have I for Scenery 1
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193 Color—Caste—Denomination 1
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194 Could I but ride indefinite 1
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195 Crumbling is not an instant's Act 1
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196 Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat? 1
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197 Death sets a Thing significant 1
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198 Denial—is the only fact 1
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199 Despair's advantage is achieved 1
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200 Don't put up my Thread and Needle 1
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201 Dust is the only Secret 1
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202 Endow the Living—with the Tears 1
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203 Exclusion (The soul selects her own society) 1
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204 Expectation—is Contentment 1
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205 Faith 1
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206 First Robin 1
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207 Flowers—Well—if anybody 1
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208 Forever—it composed of Nows 1
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209 Forget! The lady with the Amulet 1
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210 From Blank to Blank 1
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211 From Cocoon forth a Butterfly 1
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212 God made a little Gentian 1
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213 Good Morning—Midnight 1
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214 Gratitude—is not the mention 1
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215 Grief is a Mouse 1
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216 He fumbles at your Soul 1
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217 How many Flowers fail in Wood 1
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218 I never hear the word 'escape' 1
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219 I think I was enchanted 1
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220 I tie my Hat—I crease my Shawl 1
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221 If I'm lost—now 1
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222 If it had no pencil 1
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223 If pain for peace prepares 1
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224 If the foolish, call them "flowers" 1
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225 I'm "wife"—I've finished that 1
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226 In Winter in my Room 1
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227 It bloomed and dropt, a Single Noon 1
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228 It can't be "Summer"! 1
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229 It ceased to hurt me, though so slow 1
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230 Life—is what we make of it 1
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231 Love—is anterior to Life 1
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232 Love—is that later Thing than Death 1
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233 Make me a picture of the sun 1
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234 Many a phrase has the English language 1
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235 Morning—means 1
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236 My Life had stood—a Loaded Gun 1
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237 Nature and God—I neither knew 1
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238 Nature—sometimes sears a Sapling 1
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239 No Rack can torture me 1
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240 Of all the Sounds despatched abroad 1
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241 Of Bronze—and Blaze 1
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242 On this long storm the Rainbow rose 1
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243 On this wondrous sea 1
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244 One and One—are One 1
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245 Poor little Heart! 1
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246 Promise This—When You be Dying 1
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247 Read—Sweet—how others—strove 1
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248 Reverse cannot befall 1
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249 Some Keep the Sabbath Going to Church 1
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250 Some Rainbow—coming from the Fair! 1
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251 Sown in dishonor 1
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252 Split the Lark—and you'll find the Music 1
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253 Sweet—safe—Houses 1
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254 The Bible is an antique Volume 1
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255 The Brain—is wider than the Sky 1
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256 The Child's faith is new 1
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257 The cricket sang, 1
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258 The Day Came Slow 1
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259 The difference between Despair 1
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260 The feet of people walking home 1
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261 The Flower must not blame the Bee 1
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262 The Grace—Myself—might not obtain 1
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263 The Manner of its Death 1
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264 The Moon was but a Chin of Gold 1
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265 The Mountain sat upon the Plain 1
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266 The Only News I know 1
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267 The Railway Train 1
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268 The Red—Blaze—is the Morning 1
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269 The Robin for the Crumb 1
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270 The Robin is the One 1
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271 The Robin's my Criterion for Tune 1
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272 The Soul has Bandaged moments 1
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273 The Spider holds a Silver Ball 1
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274 The wind tapped like a tired man, 1
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275 There came a Day at Summer's full 1
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276 There came a Wind like a Bugle 1
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277 There is a pain—so utter 1
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278 There is a word 1
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279 They Shut Me Up in Prose 1
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280 This World is not Conclusion 1
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281 Three times—we parted—Breath—and I 1
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282 To lose one's faith—surpass 1
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283 To wait an Hour—is long 1
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284 Two Travellers perishing in Snow 1
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285 Victory comes late 1
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286 We don't cry—Tim and I 1
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287 What if I say I shall not wait! 1
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288 Where Thou art—that—is Home 1
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289 Who never lost, are unprepared 1
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290 You cannot put a Fire out 1
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291 You said that I "was Great"—one Day 1
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292 You're right— 1
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