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SO soft, so my forever love
Breathing she remembers me
of all the fallen light
she chase a memory
in wind causing heartbeats
my life I loved her… 66 more words


Sunday, August 30th

back to church

St. Paul Baptist Church Hymn Choir (Lowrys, S.C.), “All I Do,” live, McConnells, S.C. (Mt. Do-Well Baptist Church), c. 2009


lagniappe… 21 more words

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The Tolling of Space: Dickinson's Enstatic Vision

thou Bride
of Awe
thou shalt
Possessed by
every hallowed
That (fears -)
dares – to
Covet thee

When Bells stop ringing – 1,283 more words


I Dwell In Possibility.- Emily Dickinson.

Dwell in possibility,
open your eyes, around you, there are limitless opportunities.
The doors are closed,
look closely,
there’s an opened door, you can’t see it, you can only sense it, 56 more words


Poem of the Week: "There's a Certain Slant of Light"

If you’re not too sick of all the poetry talk yet, here’s a little gem by Emily Dickinson.

“There’s a Certain Slant of Light”

by Emily Dickinson… 74 more words


Watch Bill Murray read poetry to construction workers:

It’s a rather awkward video, until he reads the Emily Dickinson poem “I dwell in possibility.”

As Gavin Edwards of Rolling Stone says,  the construction workers “listened raptly to the words that bridged the world of poetry and the world of building houses, and applauded at the end.” 112 more words


Words In My Head

Miss Emily is a fictional novel by Irish author Nuala O’Connor. Based on the life of Emily Dickinson, the story revolves around the relationship between Emily and a household maid named Ada who comes straight from Ireland to the Dickinson household. 112 more words