Emily Dickinson

Amherst / Massachusetts
Monday, January 13, 2003

A Charm Invests A Face

Rating: 2.9

A Charm invests a face
Imperfectly beheld—
The Lady dare not lift her Veil
For fear it be dispelled—

But peers beyond her mesh—
And wishes—and denies—
Lest Interview—annul a want
That Image—satisfies—
Emily Dickinson
Prativa Dey 17 October 2019
Nice poem, thank you. So nice thinking
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Ratnakar Mandlik 16 October 2019
A profound write, full of intense emotions and brevity. A masterpiece of Emily Dickinson.
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Anil Kumar Panda 16 October 2019
Deep write with an amazing style. Thanks very much.
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Sylvia Frances Chan 16 October 2019
A typical ED Poem, oft a brevity. All with Dashes inbetween, but I must admit This Is a Classic Poem Of The Day. CONGRATULATIONS for the family of the late great classic poetess. True great, and Classic through and through. That´s EMILY DICKINSON in full person. May she rest in peace.
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Kingsley Egbukole 16 October 2019
Beautiful and interesting. Kingsley Egbukole
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Dominic Windram 16 October 2019
A poignant, concise meditation on the subject of image/ appearance.
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Mahtab Bangalee 16 October 2019
A Charm invests a face Imperfectly beheld— The Lady dare not lift her Veil For fear it be dispelled—/// greatly express
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Edward Kofi Louis 16 October 2019
That image! ! ! A Lady dare not to lift her Veil. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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Aniruddha Pathak 16 October 2019
A charm invests a face... how brevity works for poetry when the words left unsaid can be so eloquent, A brilliant exposition of this
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Dr Lakshmi S Bose 16 October 2019
awesome lines, hidden words are meaningful
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