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Emily Dickinson Poetry
'Because I could not stop for Death' (21:51)
'One Need Not Be A Chamber - To Be Haunted' (14:18)
'A Bird came down the Walk'
'A Murmur in the Trees - to note -'
'A narrow Fellow in the Grass -'
'A Still - Volcano - Life -'
'After great pain, a formal feeling comes -'
'An awful Tempest mashed the air'
'As Imperceptibly as Grief'
'Because I could not stop for Death'
'I cautious, scanned my little life'
'I dreaded that first Robin, so, -'
'I felt a Funeral, in my Brain,'
'I have a Bird in spring'
'"Hope" is the thing with feathers'
'I have never seen "Volcanoes"'
'I can wade Grief -'
'I did not reach Thee'
'I heard a Fly buzz - when I died'
'I measure every Grief I meet -'
'I'm Nobody! Who are you?'
'It was not Death, for I stood up,'
'One need not be a Chamber - to be Haunted -'
'The Brain - is wider than the Sky -'
'The Mushroom is the Elf of Plants'
'My Life had stood - a Loaded Gun -'
'The Wind - tapped like a tired Man'
'There came a Wind like a Bugle'
'There's a certain Slant of light'
'This World is not Conclusion'
''Twas the old-road - through pain -'
'Wild Nights! Wild Nights!'
'What mystery pervades a well!'
'Whose cheek is this?'
'One Need Not Be A Chamber - To Be Haunted'
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