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Summer Sky

To see the Summer Sky
Is Poetry

~Emily Dickinson



Until recently, I approached writing the way I once understood—perhaps erroneously—Emily Dickinson’s posture: she never held down a real job because she had to remain available for the Muse to move her to verse. 761 more words

I Cannot Live With You

By Emily Dickinson

I cannot live with you,
It would be life,
And life is over there
Behind the shelf
The sexton keeps the key to, 93 more words


Western MA Wanderings | The Emily Dickinson Trail

Perhaps one of my favorite things about Hampshire County is the great literary history you can find throughout the area: and the Amherst Literary Trails… 353 more words


Week 6, Prompt 1: 250 Poems

I just read 6 poems from Emily Dickinson. They were very unique and interesting – they had a style that I have never seen before in poetry. 228 more words

Sophomore Blogging

From the ashes of an America of Nobodies, No (Know) Nothings, and Do Nothings rises Donald Trump

Nobody for President

Is this what we are?  Is this where we’re at? — No more American dream, no more equality of opportunity, no Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness, and no more a new nation, the exceptional nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal? 1,069 more words