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Emily Dickinson Lyrics

If You'd Grow Old With Me (2017)

Third Series (2014)

Poems 1890

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Poems by Emily Dickinson

Second Series

Selected Letters

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The Poems of Emily Dickinson Edited by R. W. Franklin (Harvard University Press, 1999)

Other Songs

"Faith" is a fine invention
"I"m Wife"
"Presentiment is that long shadow"
"The Brain, within its Groove"
#258
#280
#937
'Tis customary as we part
'Tis not that Dying hurts us so
'Tis so appalling — it exhilarates
'Twas just this time, last year, I died
'Twas like a Maelstrom, with a notch
'Twould ease — a Butterfly
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204 (2 March 1859) Mrs. J. G. Holland
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341 (June 1870?) Samuel Bowles
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372, After great pain, a formal feeling comes
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393 (summer 1873) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
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A Bee his burnished Carriage
A Bird Came Down (class page)
A Bird came down the Walk (328)
A Book
A Burdock—clawed my Gown (229)
A Charm invests a face (421)
A Clock Stopped -- Not The Mantel's
A Cloud withdrew from the Sky
A Coffin — is a small Domain
A darting fear — a pomp — a tear
A Day
A Day! Help! Help! Another Day!
A Death blow is a Life blow to Some
A door just opened on a street
A doubt if it be Us
A Drop fell on the Apple Tree (794)
A Dying Tiger—moaned for Drink (566)
A feather from the Whippoorwill
A first Mute Coming
A fuzzy fellow, without feet
A happy lip—breaks sudden (353)
A House upon the Height
A Lady red—amid the Hill (74)
A lane of Yellow led the eye (1650)
A light exists in spring
A little bread — a crust — a crumb
A little East of Jordan (59)
A Little Madness in the Spring
A little road not made man
A loss of something ever felt I (959)
A Man
A Man may make a Remark
A Mien to move a Queen (283)
A Modest Lot, A Fame Petite
A Moth the hue of this (841)
A Murmur in the Trees—to note (416)
A Narrow Fellow in the Grass
A nearness to Tremendousness (963)
A Night—there lay the Days between (471)
A Planted Life — diversified
A poor — torn heart — a tattered heart
A Portrait
A precious Mouldering
A precious—mouldering pleasure (371)
A Prison gets to be a friend
A Route of Evanescence
A science — so the Savants say
A Secret told
A sepal, petal, and a thorn
A Service of Song
A Shade upon the mind there passes
A shady friend for torrid days
A single Screw of Flesh (263)
A slash of Blue
A Solemn thing within the Soul
A solemn thing—it was—I said (483)
A something in a summer's Day (122)
A still—Volcano—Life (601)
A Syllable
A thought went up my mind to-day
A throe upon the features (71)
A toad can die of light!
A Tongue—to tell Him I am true! (400)
A Tooth upon Our Peace
A Train Went Through A Burial Gate
A transport one cannot contain
A Visitor in Marl
A Weight with Needles on the pounds (264)
A Wife—at daybreak I shall be (461)
A Word is Dead
A Wounded Deer
Abraham to Kill Him
Absence disembodies—so does Death (860)
Absent Place — an April Day
Adrift! A little boat adrift!
Afraid! Of whom am I afraid?
After a hundred years
After great pain a formal feeling comes (J341, F372)
Again — his voice is at the door
Ah, Moon—and Star! (240)
Ah, Necromancy Sweet!
Ah, Teneriffe!
All but Death, can be Adjusted
All Circumstances are the Frame
All forgot for recollecting (966)
All I may, if small
All overgrown by cunning moss
All the letters I can write
All these my banners be
Almost
Alone, I cannot be (298)
Alpine Glow
Alter! When the Hills do
Although I put away his life
Always Mine!
Ambition cannot find him
American Literature Digital Anthology (Beginnings through 1914)
Ample make this Bed
An altered look about the hills
An awful Tempest mashed the air
An English Breeze
An everywhere of silver
An Hour is a Sea
An ignorance a Sunset
And this of all my Hopes (913)
Angels, in the early morning
Answer July (386)
Apocalypse
Apology for Her
Apotheosis
Apparently with no Surprise
Arcturus is his other name (70)
Artists wrestled here!
As by the dead we love to sit
As Children bid the Guest
As Children bid the Guest "Good Night" (133)
As Everywhere of Silver
As far from pity, as complaint
As Frost is best conceived
As if I asked a common Alms
As if some little Arctic flower
As if the Sea should part
As imperceptibly as grief
As One does Sickness over
As plan for Noon and plan for Night
As Sleigh Bells seem in summer
As the Starved Maelstrom laps the Navies
As Watchers hang upon the East
As we pass Houses musing slow
Aspiration
Astra Castra
At Half-Past Three A Single Bird
At last, to be identified!
At least—to pray—is left—is left (502)
Autumn
Autumn — overlooked my Knitting
Awake ye muses nine, sing me a strain divine (1)
Away from Home are some and I (821)
Baffled for just a day or two
Banish Air from Air (854)
Be Mine the Doom
Beauty — be not caused — It Is
Because I could not stop for Death (476)
Because I could not stop for Death (712)
Because I could not stop for Death (class page)
Because the Bee may blameless hum
Because the Bee may blameless hum (869)
Beclouded
Bee! I'm expecting you!
Bee! I'm expecting you! (1035)
Bees are Black, with Gilt Surcingles
Before He comes we weigh the Time!
Before I got my eye put out
Before the ice is in the pools
Before you thought of spring
Behind Me — dips Eternity
Belshazzar Had A Letter
Bequest
Bereaved of all, I went abroad
Bereavement in their death to feel (645)
Besides the Autumn poets sing
Besides this May
Best Gains—must have the Losses' Test (684)
Best Things dwell out of Sight (998)
Better—than Music! For I—who heard it (503)
Between My Country — and the Others
Blazing in Gold and quenching in Purple (228)
Bless God, he went as soldiers
Bloom upon the Mountain—stated (667)
Bound—a trouble (269)
Braind within its groove, The
Bring me the sunset in a cup
Bustle in a house
But little Carmine hath her face
By a flower — By a letter
By Chivalries as tiny
By my Window have I for Scenery
By such and such an offering
By The Sea
Chartless
Childish Griefs
Chillin' Wit Emily D.
Civilization — spurns — the Leopard!
Cocoon above! Cocoon below!
Color - Caste - Denomination - (970)
Come slowly
Come Slowly—Eden (211)
Conjecturing a Climate (562)
Conscious am I in my Chamber
Consecration
Contrast
Could I but ride indefinite (661)
Could I—then—shut the door (220)
Could live — did live
Could—I do more—for Thee (447)
Crisis is a Hair
Crumbling is not an instant's Act (997)
Dare you see a Soul
Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat? (365)
Dawn
Dear March, Come In!
Death And Life
Death is a Dialogue between
Death is potential to that Man (548)
Death Leaves Us homesick, Who Behind
Death sets a thing of signigicant
Death sets a Thing significant
Deed
Defrauded I a Butterfly
Delayed till she had ceased to know
Delight becomes pictorial
Delight is as the flight (257)
Denial — is the only fact
Departed to the judgment
Deprived of other Banquet
Desire
Despair's advantage is achieved
Despair's advantage is achieved (799)
Did Our Best Moment last
Did the Harebell loose her girdle
Did we disobey Him? (267)
Did you ever stand in a Cavern's Mouth (590)
Disenchantment
Distrustful of the Gentian
Do People moulder equally
Don't put up my Thread and Needle
Don't put up my Thread and Needle (617)
Doom is the House without the Door
Doubt Me! My Dim Companion! (275)
Drab Habitation of Whom?
Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common Day
Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common Day (741)
Dreams—are well—but Waking's better (450)
Dropped into the Ether Acre (665)
Drowning Is Not So Pitiful
Dust is the only Secret
Dying
Dying! Dying in the night!
Dying! To be afraid of thee
Each life converges to some centre
Each Scar I'll keep for Him
Each Scar I'll keep for Him (877)
Each Second is the last
Elysium is as far as to
Emancipation
Embarrassment of one another
Emily Dickinson's Coconut Cake Recipe
Empty my Heart, of Thee (587)
Endow the Living—with the Tears (521)
Epitaph
Escaping backward to perceive
Essential Oils — are wrung
Except the Heaven had come so near
Except To Heave She Is Nought
Except to Heaven, she is nought
Exclusion (The soul selects her own society)
Exhilaration—is within (383)
Expectation — is Contentment
Experience
Experience is the Angled Road
Experiment To Me
Exultation is the going
Fairer through Fading—as the Day (938)
Faith — is the Pierless Bridge
Fame is a bee (1763)
Fame is a fickle food (1659)
Fame is the tine that Scholars leave (866)
Fame of Myself, to justify
Few Get Enough, Enough Is One
Finding is the first Act
Finite—to fail, but infinite to Venture (847)
Fire
First Robin
Fitter to see Him, I may be (968)
Flowers — Well — if anybody
For Death—or rather (382)
For each ecstatic instant
For every Bird a Nest
For largest Woman's Hearth I knew (309)
For this — accepted Breath
Forbidden Fruit (I)
Forbidden Fruit (II)
Forever at His side to walk (246)
Forever—is composed of Nows (624)
Forget! The lady with the Amulet (438)
Four Trees — upon a solitary Acre
Frequently the wood are pink (6)
Friends
From Blank to Blank
From Cocoon forth a Butterfly
From The Chrysalis
From Us She wandered now a Year
Funny — to be a Century
Further in Summer than the Birds (1068)
Garland for Queens, may be
Give little Anguish (310)
Given in Marriage unto Thee
Glee—The great storm is over (619)
Glowing is her Bonnet
God gave a Loaf to every Bird
God is a distant—stately Lover (357)
God made a little Gentian (442)
God permit industrious angels
Going to Heaven!
Going to Heaven!
Going to Him! Happy letter!
Going to him! Happy letter! Tell him
Good Morning — Midnight
Good night! which put the candle out?
Good night, because we must
Good to hide, and hear 'em hunt!
Gratitude—is not the mention (989)
Great Caesar! Condescend
Grief is a Mouse
Griefs
Growth of Man—like Growth of Nature
Had I not This, or This, I said (904)
Had I presumed to hope
Have any like Myself
Have you got a Brook in your little heart
He forgot—and I—remembered
He fought like those Who've nought to lose
He fought like those Who've nought to lose (759)
He found my Being—set it up
He fumbles at your Soul (315)
He fumbles at your spirit
He gave away his Life
He outstripped Time with but a Bout
He parts Himself—like Leaves
He put the Belt around my life (273)
He strained my faith (497)
He told a homely tale
He touched me, so I live to know
He was weak, and I was strong—then
He who in Himself believes
Heart, not so heavy as mine
Heart, We Will Forget Him
Heart, We Will Forget Him!
Heaven (575)
Heaven has different Signs—to me (575)
Heaven is so far of the Mind (370)
Heaven—is what I cannot reach! (239)
Her
Her breast is fit for pearls
Her final Summer was it
Her Grace is all she has—
Her smile was shaped like other smiles
Her Sweet turn to leave the Homestead (649)
Her sweet Weight on my Heart a Night (518)
Herein a Blossom lies
Her—"last Poems" (312)
His Bill an Auger is (1034)
His Feet are shod with Gauze (916)
His mind of man, a secret makes (1663)
Home
Hope
Hope is the thing with feathers (254)
Houses—so the Wise Men tell me
How far is it to Heaven?
How fortunate the Grave
How happy I was if I could forget
How Happy Is The Little Stone
How many Flowers fail in Wood
How many times these low feet staggered
How noteless Men, and Pleiads, stand
How sick—to wait—in any place—but thine (368)
How Still The Bells In Steeples Stand
How the old Mountains drip with Sunset (291)
How the Waters closed above Him
How well I knew Her not
I am alive—I guess
I am ashamed—I hide (473)
I breathed enough to learn the trick
I breathed enough to take the Trick
I bring an unaccustomed wine
I can't tell you—but you feel it
I cannot be ashamed
I cannot buy it—'tis not sold
I cannot dance upon my Toes
I cannot live with You (640)
I cautious, scanned my little life
I could not drink it, Sweet
I could not prove the Years had feet
I could suffice for Him, I knew
I Dwell in Possibility
I envy Seas, whereon He rides
I fear a Man of frugal Speech
I felt a cleaving in my mind
I Felt a Funeral in My Brain
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain (280)
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain (class page)
I felt my life with both my hands
I Felt My Life With Both My Hands
I had a guinea golden
I had been hungry, all the Years
I had no time to Hate (478)
I had some things that I called mine
I have a Bird in spring
I have a King, who does not speak
I have never seen
I Have No Life But This
I Have Not Told My Garden Yet
I haven't told my garden yet
I heard a Fly buzz (465)
I heard a Fly buzz - when I died (class page)
I held a Jewel in my fingers
I keep my pledge
I know a place where summer strives
I know that He exists
I like a look of Agony
I like to see it lap the Miles
I like to see it lap the Miles (43)
I lived on Dread (770)
I lost a World - the other day!
I made slow Riches but my Gain
I make His Crescent fill or lack
I meant to find Her when I came
I measure every Grief I meet (561)
I met a King this afternoon!
I never hear that one is dead
I never hear the word
I never lost as much but twice
I never told the buried gold
I Noticed People Disappeared
I often passed the village
I reason, Earth is short
I reckon—when I count it all
I robbed the Woods
I shall keep singing!
I shall know why—when Time is over
I should not dare to leave my friend
I sing to use the Waiting
I started Early - Took my Dog
I stole them from a Bee
I taste a liquor never brewed
I taste a liquor never brewed (214)
I think just how my shape will rise
I think the longest Hour of all
I tie my Hat—I crease my Shawl (443)
I tried to think a lonelier Thing
I want—it pleaded—All its life (731)
I was the slightest in the House
I watched the Moon around the House
I went to heaven
I Went to Heaven
I Worked For Chaff, And Earning Wheat
I would distil a cup
I Years Had Been From Home
I'll send the feather from my Hat!
I'm
I'm ceded—I've stopped being Theirs
I'm ceded—I've stopped being Theirs (508)
I'm Nobody! Who Are You?
I'm the little
I'm the little (176)
I've Heard an Organ Talk Sometimes
I've heard an Organ talk, sometimes
I've known a Heaven, like a Tent
I've none to tell me to but Thee
I've nothing else—to bring, You know
If any sink, assure that this, now standing
If He dissolve—then—there is nothing
If I Can Stop
If I could bribe them by a Rose
If I may have it, when it's dead (577)
If I should cease to bring a Rose
If I should die
If I shouldn't be alive
If it had no pencil
If pain for peace prepares
If recollecting were forgetting
If she had been the Mistletoe
If the foolish, call them flowers
If this is
If those I loved were lost
If you were coming in the fall
If You Were Coming in the Fall
Impossibility, like Wine
In A Library
In Ebon Box, when years have flown
In falling Timbers buried
In lands I never saw—they say
In rags mysterious as these
In Shadow
In Vain
Inconceivably solemn!
Indian Summer
Is Bliss then, such Abyss (340)
Is Heaven A Physician?
It bloomed and dropt, a Single Noon
It can't be
It ceased to hurt me, though so slow
It did not surprise me
It don't sound so terrible—quite—as it did
It is a lonesome Glee
It is an honorable thought,
It is easy to work when the soul is at play (244)
It knew no lapse, nor Diminuation
It makes no difference abroad
It might be lonelier
It sifts from Leaden Sieves - (311)
It troubled me as once I was
It was a Grave, yet bore no Stone
It was not Death, for I stood up (510)
It was too late for Man
It would have starved a Gnat
It's all I have to bring today (26)
It's such a little thing to weep
Jesus! thy Crucifix
Just lost, when I was saved!
Just so—Jesus—raps
Kill your Balm—and its Odors bless you
Knows how to forget! (433)
Lay This Laurel On The One
Least Bee that brew
Least Rivers—docile to some sea
Let Down The Bars, O Death!
Let Us play Yesterday
Letter 292 (Cambridge, June 1864) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 1
Letter 200 (13 February 1859) Mrs. Joseph Haven
Letter 201 (about 1859) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 202 (about 20 February 1859) - no ms. Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 203 (about March 1859) - no ms. Catherine Scott Turner (Anthon)
Letter 205 (early April 1859) Samuel Bowles
Letter 206 (late April 1859) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 207 (September 1859) - no ms. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 208 (1859?) - no ms. Catherine Scott Turner (Anthon)
Letter 209 (late 1859?) - no ms. Catherine Scott Turner (Anthon)
Letter 210 (December 1859) - no ms. Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 211 (December 1859?) - no ms. Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 212 (10 December 1859) Mrs. Samuel Bowles
Letter 213 (after Christmas 1859 - Franklin: about 1 January 1860) Mrs. Samuel Bowles
Letter 214 (about 1859) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 215 (March 1860) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 216 (1860?) Mrs. Samuel Bowles
Letter 217 (late April 1860) - no ms. Lavinia N. Dickinson
Letter 218 (about 1860) Mrs. Horace Ward
Letter 219 (about 1860 - Franklin: spring 1861) Samuel Bowles
Letter 220 (about 1860 - Franklin: early 1861) Samuel Bowles
Letter 222 (summer 1860?) - no ms. Catherine Scott Turner (Anthon)
Letter 223 (early August 1860) Samuel Bowles
Letter 224 (August 1860) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 225 (mid-September 1860) - no ms. Louise e Frances Norcross
Letter 227 (1860) - no ms. Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 228 (December 1860?) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 229 (about February 1861 - Franklin: about February 1862) Samuel Bowles
Letter 230 (early March 1861) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 231 (about April 1861) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 232 (about 19 June 1861) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 233 (about 1861 - Franklin: Summer 1861) Master [unknown]
Letter 234 (1861?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 235 (about August 1861) Mrs. Samuel Bowles
Letter 236 (about August 1861) Mary Warner Crowell
Letter 237 (September 1861) Edward S. Dwight
Letter 238 (summer 1861 - Franklin: late 1859-about 1861) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 239 (about 1861) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 241 (October 1861) Samuel Bowles
Letter 242 (early December 1861) Samuel Bowles
Letter 243 (December 1861) Edward S. Dwight
Letter 244 (about 20 December 1861) Mrs. Samuel Bowles
Letter 245 (31 December 1861) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 246 (2 January 1862) Edward S. Dwight
Letter 247 (about 11 January 1862) Samuel Bowles
Letter 248 (early 1862? - Franklin: spring 1861) Master [unknown]
Letter 248a (?) [Charles Wadsworth to ED]
Letter 249 (early 1862) Samuel Bowles
Letter 250 (early 1862 - Franklin: spring 1861) Samuel Bowles
Letter 251 (early 1862 - Franklin: June 1861) Samuel Bowles
Letter 252 (early 1862 - Franklin: about 1861) Samuel Bowles
Letter 253 (early March 1862) Mrs. Samuel Bowles
Letter 254 (March 1862?) - no ms. Frances Norcross
Letter 255 (late March 1862) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 256 (late March 1862) Samuel Bowles
Letter 257 (late March 1862? - Franklin: December 1861) Samuel Bowles
Letter 258 (early 1862) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 259 (early April 1862) Samuel Bowles
Letter 260 (15 April 1862) T. W. Higginson ("Tell me what is true?")
Letter 261 (25 April 1862) T. W. Higginson
Letter 262 (spring 1862) Mrs. Samuel Bowles
Letter 263 (early May 1862) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 264 (late May 1862) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 265 (7 June 1862) T. W. Higginson
Letter 266 (early summer 1862) Samuel Bowles
Letter 267 (mid-July 1862) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 268 (July 1862) T. W. Higginson
Letter 269 (summer 1862?) - no ms. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 270 (about 20 July 1862) Eudocia C. Flynt
Letter 271 (August 1862) T. W. Higginson
Letter 272 (about August 1862) Samuel Bowles
Letter 273 (1862?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 274 (6 October 1862) T. W. Higginson
Letter 275 (mid-November 1862) Samuel Bowles
Letter 276 (late November 1862) Samuel Bowles
Letter 277 (late November 1862) Samuel Bowles
Letter 278 (late January 1863) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 279 (early February 1863) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 280 (February 1863) T. W. Higginson
Letter 281 (late May 1863) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 282 (about 1863 - Franklin: late 1862) T. W. Higginson
Letter 283 (about 1863 - Franklin: 1862) Samuel Bowles
Letter 284 (autumn 1863) Samuel Bowles
Letter 285 (7 October 1863) - no ms. Louise and Frances Nonrcross
Letter 286 (mid-October 1863?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 287 (about 1864) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 288 (Cambridge, about 1864 - Franklin: about 1865) (1) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 289 (Cambridge, about May 1864) Lavinia N. Dickinson
Letter 290 (Cambridge, early June 1864) T. W. Higginson
Letter 291 (Cambridge, 19 June 1864) Edward (Ned) Dickinson
Letter 293 (Cambridge, July 1864) Lavinia N. Dickinson
Letter 294 (Cambridge, September 1864) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 295 (Cambridge, about 1864) Lavinia N. Dickinson
Letter 296 (Cambridge, November 1864) Lavinia N. Dickinson
Letter 297 (Cambridge, 13 November 1864) Lavinia N. Dickinson
Letter 298 (1864?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 299 (about 1864 - Franklin: early 1861) Samuel Bowles
Letter 300 (about 1864 - Franklin: December 1861) Samuel Bowles
Letter 301 (early 1865?) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 302 (early 1865) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 303 (early 1865?) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 304 (March 1865) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 305 (March 1865) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 306 (about March 1865) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 307 (March 1865) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 308 (Cambridge, mid-May 1865) Lavinia N. Dickinson
Letter 309 (Cambridge, May 1865) Lavinia N. Dickinson
Letter 310 (about 1865 - Franklin: about 1866) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 311 (early November 1865) - no ms. Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 312 (early December 1865) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 313 (late 1865?) - no ms. Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 314 (late January 1866) T. W. Higginson
Letter 315 (early March 1866) Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 316 (17 March 1866) T. W. Higginson
Letter 317 (spring 1866?) - no ms. Catherine Scott Turner (Anthon)
Letter 318 (early May 1866) - no ms. Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 319 (9 June 1866) T. W. Higginson
Letter 320 (about August 1866) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 321 (late November 1866?) - no ms. Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 322 (1866?) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 323 (16 July 1867) T. W. Higginson
Letter 324 (about April 1868) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 325 (about 1868) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 326 (about 1868) Mrs. Luke Sweetser
Letter 327 (about 1868) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 328 (about 1868) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 329 (late 1868?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 330 (June 1869) T. W. Higginson
Letter 331 (summer 1869?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 332 (October 1869) Perez Cowan
Letter 333 (autumn 1869) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 334 (about 1869 - Franklin: about 1870) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 335 (about 1869) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 336 (about 1869 - Franklin: about 1865) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 337 (late 1869) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 338 (late February 1870) Mrs. Joseph A. Sweetser
Letter 339 (early spring 1870) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 340 (May 1870?) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 342 (16 August 1870) T. W. Higginson
Letter 342a Higginson wrote his wife that evening
Letter 342b Next day he wrote his wife again, enclosing further notes:
Letter 343 (late summer 1870?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 344 (1870?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 345 (1870?) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 346 (about 1870) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 347 (about 1870) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 348 (about 1870) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 349 (about 1870 - Franklin: about 1869) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 350 (about 1870) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 351 (about 1870) Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 352 (26 September 1870) T. W. Higginson
Letter 353 (about October 1870) T. W. Higginson
Letter 354 (early October 1870) Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 355 (late October 1870) Perez Cowan
Letter 356 (19 December 1870) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 357 (December 1870?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 358 (about 1 January 1871) Edward (Ned) Dickinson
Letter 359 (early January 1871) Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 360 (spring 1871) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 361 (spring 1871) Mrs. Henry Hills
Letter 362 (mid-July 1871) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 363 (late July 1871) - no ms. Mrs. Lucius Boltwood
Letter 364 (September 1871) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 365 (about 1871) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 366 (about 1871) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 367 (early October 1871) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 368 (November 1871) T. W. Higginson
Letter 369 (late November 1871) Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 370 (about 1872) Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 371 (mid-March 1872) T. W. Higginson
Letter 372 (early May 1872) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 373 (mid-May 1872? - Franklin: about 1871) Edward (Ned) Dickinson
Letter 374 (1872?) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 375 (27 July 1872) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 376 (1872? - Franklin: about 1870) - no ms. Mrs. Henry Hills
Letter 377 (late August 1872) Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 378 (autumn 1872) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 379 (late 1872) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 380 (late 1872) - no ms. Louise Norcross
Letter 381 (late 1872) T. W. Higginson
Letter 382 (winter 1873?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 383 (early 1873?) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 384 (early 1873?) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 385 (early 1873) - no ms. Frances Norcross
Letter 386 (about February 1873) Perez Cowan
Letter 387 (March 1873?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 388 (April 1873?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 389 (late April 1873) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 390 (late May 1873) - no ms. Frances Norcross
Letter 391 (early summer 1873) Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 392 (August 1873) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 394 (September 1873) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 395 (about September 1873) Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 396 (about 1873) T. W Higginson
Letter 396(a) (about 1873) T. W Higginson
Letter 397 (autumn 1873) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Letter 398 (autumn 1873) Edward (Ned) Dickinson
Letter 399 (autumn 1873) Mrs. J. G. Holland
Letter 400 (1873?) - no ms. Louise and Frances Norcross
Letter 872 - To Charles H. Clark, Mid October 1883
Letters 221 (May 1860) Susan Davis Phelps
Letters 226 (October 1860) Susan Gilbert Dickinson
Life's Trades
Life, and Death, and Giants
Life—is what we make of it
Light is sufficient to itself
Like Brooms of Steel (1252)
Like her the Saints retire
Like Mighty Foot Lights—burned the Red
Look back on time with kindly eyes
Lost
Lost Faith
Lost Joy
Love
Love reckons by itself—alone
Love's Baptism
Love's Humility
Love—is anterior to Life
Love—is that later Thing than Death
Low at my problem bending
Luck is not chance (1350)
Make me a picture of the sun
Mama never forgets her birds
Many a phrase has the English language
Many cross the Rhine
May-Flower
Me! Come! My dazzled face
Me, change! Me, alter!
Mine
Morning—is the place for Dew
Morning—means
Morning—means "Milking"—to the Farmer (300)
Morns like these—we parted
Musicians wrestle everywhere
Must be a Woe
Mute thy Coronation
My Country's Wardrobe
My Cricket
My Eye is fuller than my vase
My Faith is larger than the Hills
My friend attacks my friend!
My friend must be a Bird
My Garden
My life closed twice before its close (96)
My Life had stood—a Loaded Gun
My nosegays are for captives
My period had come for Prayer
My River runs to thee
My wheel is in the dark
My Worthiness is all my Doubt
Myself was formed—a Carpenter
Nature and God—I neither knew
Nature is what we see—
Nature, the Gentlest Mother
Nature—the Gentlest Mother is
Never for Society
No Bobolink—reverse His Singing
No Notice gave She, but a Change
No Romance sold unto
Nobody knows this little Rose
None can experience sting
Noon—is the Hinge of Day
Not All Die Early, Dying Young
Not probable—The barest Chance
Of all the souls that stand create
Of Bronze—and Blaze
Of Brussels—it was not
Of Consciousness, her awful Mate
Of nearness to her sundered Things
Of Tribulation, these are They
On a Columnar Self
On such a night, or such a night
On The Bleakness Of My Lot
On this long storm the Rainbow rose
On this wondrous sea
One Anguish—in a Crowd
One Blessing had I than the rest
One Crucifixion is recorded—only
One day is there of the series
One dignity delays for all
One Life of so much Consequence!
One need not be a chamber to be haunted
One Sister have I in our house (14)
One Year ago—jots what?
Only a Shrine, but Mine
Only God—detect the Sorrow
Our little Kinsmen—after Rain
Our lives are Swiss
Out of sight? What of that?
Over the fence
Pain—expands the Time
Papa above!
Parting
Patience—has a quiet Outer
Peace is a fiction of our Faith
Perhaps you think me stooping
Philosophy
Pigmy seraphs—gone astray
Playmates
Pompless No Life Can Pass Away
Poor little Heart!
Portraits are to daily faces
Power
Presentiment is that long shadow on the lawn
Proof
Psalm of the Day
Publication—is the Auction
Purple—is fashionable twice
Put up my lute!
Read—Sweet—how others—strove
Real
Real Riches
Refuge
Remembrance
Requiem
Rest at Night
Resurection
Resurgam
Resurrection
Reticence
Ribbons of the Year
Robbed by Death—but that was easy
Rouge Et Noir
Rouge Gagne
Safe in their Alabaster Chambers (216)
Sanctuary Privileges
Satisfied
Saturday Afternoon
Savior! I've no one else to tell
Setting Sail
Sexton! My Master's sleeping here
She bore it till the simple veins
She died at play
She died—this was the way she died
She hideth Her the last
She lay as if at play
She rose to his requirement, dropped
She slept beneath a tree
She went as quiet as the Dew
Should you but fail at—Sea
Sic transit gloria mundi
Sleep is supposed to be
Sleep Is Supposed to Be
Smiling back from Coronation
Snake
Snow beneath whose chilly softness
Snow flakes
So from the mould
So glad we are—a Stranger'd deem
So has a Daisy vanished
So much Summer
So proud she was to die
So set its Sun in Thee
Soil of Flint, if steady tilled
Some things that fly there be
Some, too fragile for winter winds
South Wind — has a pathos
South Winds jostle them
Sown in dishonor
Spring is the Period (844)
Storm
Struck, was I, not yet by Lightning
Success
Success is counted Sweetest
Such is the Force of Happiness
Summer for thee, grant I may be
Summer Shower
Summer's Armies
Superfluous were the Sun (999)
Superiority To Fate
Surgeons must be very careful
Surrender
Suspense
Sweet Mountains—Ye tell Me no lie
T Was Later When The Summer Went
T'is So Much Joy
Talk with prudence to a Beggar
Teach Him—When He makes the names
Tell All the Truth, But Tell it Slant
Thanksgiving Day
That after Horror—that 'twas us
That Distance was between Us
That first Day, when you praised Me, Sweet
That I did always love
That is solemn we have ended
The Admirations—and Contempts—of time
The Battle fought between the Soul
The Bee
The Bee is not afraid
The Bible Is An Antique Volume
The Bird must sing to earn the Crumb
The Birds begun at Four o'clock
The Blue Jay
The Bone That Has No Marrow
The Book Of Martyrs
The Brain
The Brain – is wider than the Sky –
The Bustle In The House
The butterfly's assumption-gown
The Chariot
The Chariot
The Chemical conviction
The Child's faith is new
The Court is far away
The Daisy follows soft the Sun
The day came slow, till five o' clock
The Day undressed—Herself
The Ditch is dear to the Drunken man (Fr1679)
The Doomed—regard the Sunrise
The Drop, that wrestles in the Sea
The dying need but little, dear
The face I carry with me—last
The Farthest Thunder That I Heard
The first Day that I was a Life
The First Lesson
The Flower must not blame the Bee
The Funeral
The Gentian weaves her fringes
The good Will of a Flower
The Grass
The Guest is gold and crimson
The hallowing of Pain
The Heart asks Pleasure - first - (536)
The Heart has Narrow Banks
The Heaven vests for Each
The Himmaleh was known to stoop
The Inevitable
The Juggler's Hat her Country is
The Lamp burns sure—within
The Lightning playeth—all the while
The Loneliness One dare not sound
The lonesome for they know not What
The Lost Thought
The Love a Life can show Below
The Luxury to apprehend
The Martyr Poets—did not tell
The Months have ends—the Years—a knot
The Moon Is Distant From The Sea
The Moon was but a Chin of Gold
The morns are meeker than they were
The Mountain sat upon the Plain
The Mountains—grow unnoticed
The Mushroom
The name—of it—is
The nearest Dream recedes—unrealized
The Night was wide, and furnished scant
The One who could repeat the Summer day
The Only News I know
The Oriole
The Outer—from the Inner
The Outlet (162)
The Past
The Poets light but Lamps
The Preacher
The Props assist the House
The Purple Clover
The Railway Train
The rainbow never tells me
The Rat
The Robin for the Crumb
The Robin is the One
The Robin's my Criterion for Tune
The Rose did caper on her cheek
The Savior must have been a docile Gentleman (1487)
The Sea Of Sunset
The Secret
The Service without Hope
The sky is low, the clouds are mean
The Soul selects her own Society (303)
The Soul unto itself (683)
The Soul's distinct connection
The Spider
The Spirit is the Conscious Ear
The Sun is gay or stark
The Sun kept stooping—stooping
The Sunrise runs for Both
The Sunset stopped on Cottages
The Sun—just touched the Morning
The sweetest Heresy received
The Trees like Tassels—hit—and swung
The Veins of other Flowers
The Waking Year
The Whole of it came not at once
The Wife
The Wind
The wind begun to rock the grass
The Winters are so short
The Woodpecker
The World Feels Dusty
The World—feels Dusty
The World—stands—solemner—to me
There are two Ripenings—one—of sight
There Came a Wind Like a Bugle
There is a finished feeling
There is a June when Corn is cut
There is a Languor of the Life
There is a morn by men unseen
There is a pain — so utter
There is a solitude of space
There is a word
There is an arid Pleasure
There is another sky
There is no frigate like a book (1263)
There's a certain Slant of light
There's been a Death, in the Opposite House
There's something quieter than sleep
These tested Our Horizon
They ask but our Delight
They called me to the Window, for
They have a little Odor—that to me
They have not chosen me, he said
They put Us far apart
They say that "Time assuages"—
They Shut Me Up in Prose
They won't frown always—some sweet Day
This Bauble was preferred of Bees
This Chasm, Sweet, upon my life
This Consciousness that is aware (822)
This heart that broke so long
This is a Blossom of the Brain
This is My Letter to the World
This that would greet—an hour ago
This was a Poet—It is That
This was in the White of the Year (995)
This World is not Conclusion
Tho' I get home how late—how late
Tho' my destiny be Fustian
Those who have been in the Grave the longest
Three times—we parted—Breath—and I
Through lane it lay—through bramble
Through the Dark Sod—as Education
Till Death—is narrow Loving
Time's Lesson
Title divine—is mine!
To die—takes just a little while
To hang our head—ostensibly
To hear an Oriole sing
To Help Our Bleaker Parts
To interrupt His Yellow Plan
To know just how He suffered—would be dear
To learn the Transport by the Pain
To lose one's faith—surpass
To love thee Year by Year
To make a prairie (1755)
To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee
To my quick ear the leaves conferred
To My Wife
To own the Art within the Soul
To put this World down, like a Bundle
To see the summer sky (1471)
To this World she returned
To venerate the simple days
Too Late
Too little way the House must lie
Transplanted
Träumerei
Troubled About Many Things
Trust in the Unexpected
Truth — is as old as God
Twas such a little—little boat
Two Butterflies went out at Noon— (533)
Two Swimmers Wrestled On A Spar
Two swimmers wrestled on the spar
Two Travellers perishing in Snow
Two worlds
Under the Light, yet under
Undue Significance a starving man attaches
Unfulfilled to Observation
Unit, like Death, for Whom?
Unreturning
Unto like Story—Trouble has enticed me
Unto Me? I do not know you—
Unto my Books—so good to turn
Upon The Gallows Hung A Wretch
Ventures
Void
Volcanoes be in Sicily
Wait till the Majesty of Death
Water, is taught by thirst
We
We -- Bee and I -- live by the quaffing --
We can but follow to the Sun
We Cover Thee—Sweet Face
We do not play on Graves
We don't cry—Tim and I
We Grow Accustomed to the Dark
We lose—because we win
We never know how high we are (1176)
We outgrow love like other things
We should not mind so small a flower
We talked with each other about each other
Wedding Wind
Went Up A Year This Evening!
Wert Thou but ill—that I might show thee
What did They do since I saw Them?
What I see not, I better see
What if I say I shall not wait!
What Inn is this
What is
What shall I do—it whimpers so
What Soft—Cherubic Creatures (401)
When Diamonds are a Legend
When I count the seeds
When I Hoped I Feared
When Night is almost done
When Roses cease to bloom, Sir
When the Astronomer stops seeking
When They Come Back
When we stand on the tops of Things
Where bells no more affright the morn
Where Ships of Purple—gently toss
Whether my bark went down at sea
Who Court obtain within Himself
Who Giants know, with lesser Men
Who Has Not Found The Heaven Below
Who never lost
Who occupies this House?
Who Robbed The Woods?
Whole Gulfs—of Red, and Fleets—of Red
Whose are the little beds, I asked
Whose cheek is this?
Why
Why do I love You, Sir?
Why Do They Shut Me Out of Heaven?
Why—do they shut Me out of Heaven?
Wild Nights – Wild Nights! (249)
Will there really be a
Winter is good - his Hoar Delights (1316)
With A Flower
With thee, in the Desert
Within my reach!
Without this—there is nought
Wolfe demanded during dying
XVI
You constituted Time
You left me—Sire—two Legacies
You love me—you are sure
You see I cannot see—your lifetime
You taught me Waiting with Myself
You'll find—it when you try to die
You're right
You've seen Balloons set—Haven't You?