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13 Dickinson Quotes Of Emily Dickinson

1.

And somebody has lost the faceThat made existence home!
Emily Dickinson – Dickinson: Poems

2.

I measure every Grief I meetWith narrow, probing, Eyes;I wonder if It weighs like Mine,Or has an Easier size.
– Emily Dickinson

3.

The days will have more hours while you are gone away.
– Emily Dickinson

4.

Tell the truth, but tell it slant.
– Emily Dickinson

5.

There’s nothing wicked in Shakespeare, and if there is I don’t want to know it.
– Emily Dickinson

6.

That Love is all there isIs all we know of Love,It is enough, the freight should beProportioned to the groove.
– Emily Dickinson

7.

Your absence insanes me so– I do not feel so peaceful, when you are gone from me.
– Emily Dickinson

8.

There are depths in every Consciousness, from which we cannot rescue ourselves – to which none can go with us.
– Emily Dickinson

9.

Each life converges to some centre expressed or still . . .
– Emily Dickinson

10.

The Poets light but Lamps-Themselves-go out-
Emily Dickinson – The Collected Poems Of Emily Dickinson

11.

I think of love, and you, and my heart grows full and warm, and my breath stands still.
– Emily Dickinson

12.

open me carefully
Emily Dickinson – Selected Letters

13.

The spreading wide my narrow Hands To gather Paradise.
– Emily Dickinson