What heaven could be like. Who’s never thought about that? Emily Dickinson did! She wrote the poem we know as Poem 54 and/or “I went to heaven.”
Is Poem 657 – “I dwell in Possibility” a matter of ‘more than meets the eye?’ This poem by Emily Dickinson (1830 – 1886) may seem as if it’s about death or the after life. But take a closer look!
There is a good chance that the 280th poem by Emily Dickinson is the first work you read. For many of us, this poem is the introduction to Emily Dickinson. There is a good reason for this because the poem is often quoted and recited. People consider this as a scary kind of poem.
How is it even possible, to taste something that isn’t there? According to Emily Dickinson, it’s possible. Read the analysis of Poem 214 – “I TASTE a liquor never brewed.”
Poem 158 – “Dying! Dying in the night” is an answer to another poem. A poem was written by William Blake (1757 – 1827). It shows that Dickinson was not blind when it came to the works of other writers and poets.
Although she never included titles in her poems, this one is known as Poem 2 – “There is another sky.” This poem is an outcry by Emily Dickinson, to convince her brother to move back to the town she lived in. Or is it?
The poem holds no title, but we know this poem as “Wild Nights – Wild Nights!” It’s a poem written by Emily Dickinson (1830 – 1886) and it’s probably one of the most discussed poems she wrote. Why is that?