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emily dickinson


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  • noun United States poet noted for her mystical and unrhymed poems (1830-1886)


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  • And you read your Emily Dickinson

    And I my Robert Frost,

    And we note our place with bookmarkers

    That measure what we've lost.

    Like a poem poorly written

    We are verses out of rhythm,

    Couplets out of rhyme,

    In syncopated time,

    Lost in the dangling conversation

    And the superficial sighs

    Are the borders of our lives.

    – Paul Simo, "The Dangling Conversation" (1966)

    September 8, 2009