Emily Dickinson Poems

Hit Title Date Added
561.
I Have A Bird In Spring

5

I have a Bird in spring
Which for myself doth sing—
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562.
To Die

To die--takes just a little while--
They say it doesn't hurt--
It's only fainter--by degrees--
And then--it's out of sight--
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563.
Some Things That Fly There Be

89

Some things that fly there be—
Birds—Hours—the Bumblebee—
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564.
My Worthiness Is All My Doubt

751

My Worthiness is all my Doubt—
His Merit—all my fear—
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565.
If Your Nerve, Deny You

292

If your Nerve, deny you—
Go above your Nerve—
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566.
Our Lives Are Swiss

Our lives are Swiss --
So still -- so Cool --
Till some odd afternoon
The Alps neglect their Curtains
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567.
I Know That He Exists

338

I know that He exists.
Somewhere—in Silence—
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568.
The Day Came Slow

The day came slow, till five o'clock,
Then sprang before the hills,
Like hindered rubies, or the light,
A sudden musket spills.
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569.
Me From Myself—to Banish

642

Me from Myself—to banish—
Had I Art—
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570.
The Sun—just Touched The Morning

232

The Sun—just touched the Morning—
The Morning—Happy thing—
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