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The Poetry of Emily Dickinson

Poem 348 (Robin) by Emily Dickinson
A charm invests a face a poem by Emily Dickinson
Come slowly a poem by Emily Dickinson
Heart, we will forget him a poem by Emily Dickinson
I had been hungry all the years a poem by Emily Dickinson
I held a jewel a poem by Emily Dickinson
My river a poem by Emily Dickinson
Poem 22 (I gave myself to him) a poem by Emily Dickinson
What if I say a poem by Emily Dickinson
Kill your Balm a Poem by Emily Dickinson

Upon a Lilac Sea a Poem by Emily Dickinson

Quite Empty Quite at Rest a Poem by Emily Dickinson

Yesterday is History a Poem by Emily Dickinson

The Zeroes taught us Phosphorous a Poem by Emily Dickinson

Poetry by Emily Dickinson

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The poetry by this famous poet has been featured on poetry-online. Other poetry can be accessed by clicking the Poetry Index which will provide links to all of the main recognised poets and their poetry which cover a variety of subjects including Love, Inspirational, Sad, Romantic, Friendship, Christian, Funny, Classic and Modern forms of poetry. The poetry listed for this poet only represents a sample of their most famous work. Choose Poetry online for the greatest poems by the most famous poets. 

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