Emily Dickinson Quotations

Emily Dickinson Quotations:

  • Bereavement in their death to feel
    Whom We have never seen
    A Vital Kinsmanship import
    Our Soul and theirs  between
    Death is a Dialogue between
    The Spirit and the Dust.
    “Dissolve” says Death The Spirit “Sir
    I have another Trust”
    Death doubts it Argues from the Ground
    The Spirit turns away
    Just laying off for evidence
    An Overcoat of Clay.
    All but Death, can be Adjusted
    Dynasties repaired
    Systems settled in their Sockets
    Citadels dissolved
    Wastes of Lives resown with Colors
    By Succeeding Springs
    Death unto itself Exception
    Is exempt from Change