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Quite empty, quite at rest Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 34

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Quite empty, quite at rest,

The Robin locks her Nest, and tries her Wings.

She does not know a Route

But puts her Craft about

For rumored Springs—

She does not ask for Noon—

She does not ask for Boon,

Crumbless and homeless, of but one request—

The Birds she lost—



Edited by Peter Carter






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Megan Wayrynen - Hi Emily,I am interesed in belly picurtes and newborn pics. I am due October 15th. I would love belly pics done fairly soon, within this month. Can you let me know your pricing please. You can just email me when you have a chance. Also pricing for newborn pics.Thanks so much! x x

| Posted on 2013-11-18 | by a guest


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Superb inofmration here, ol'e chap; keep burning the midnight oil.

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest


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Recently my roommate brugoht home some of your coffee that she acquired for free from a local restaurant here in Nashville Tn. Sumatra being one of the blends, and the other I cannot remember. It being free we used it up without paying much attention .however, once it was gone I realized how much I love it and need it in my life. I'm guessing it was a lighter blend I am the farthest from a coffee connoisseur, often preferring gas station coffee over Starbucks (or any boutique roasters) robust flavor blends. The restaurant it came from was PM. Are there certain blends that you send out regularly for promotion or do you change it up? I am not even sure how PM acquired the stash .by profile I'm thinking maybe it was Ethiopia Kaffa Forest. Also, I have not seen it anywhere here in Nashville so I am guessing there are no retailers for it here .yet x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest


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Oh my these are gorgeous! Emily you were a stnnniug bride! Made your job a little easier, huh Rachel???LOVE the one of you two kissing at the alter it's perfect. AND the black and white of of you two in front of the bridal party. Great job, Rachel!

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest


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These are so exciting Mark! Emily has been my lfoeling favorite poet and you have pegged her with these two masterpieces But I read her just a little differently. We are all so different, in every way. Emily was a beautiful soul, an extremely selfless, loving creature who really didn't fit into what she saw as the cruel world. So there was contradiction, I think as you say, sort of a dichotomy in her poetry. The outside world rejected her. Great tragedy fell upon her as the few people in this world that she loved dearly died one by one. She took retreat in her home, her father's home that she lived in for many years before his death and until her own. It was her metaphorical refuge from the pain of the world. Your choice to highlight her home in your poetry absolutely thrilled me. I love Emily because I think she knew the beauty of her own soul, her wonderful ability to love and accept all things and hold them dear to her heart. And at the same time she knew the reality of life, the pain it brings, the hatred, the rejection and malice that could lurk behind every corner . And she hid from that . So she was a recluse, but not because she hated other people. I think it was because the rest of the world could not return the great amount of caring and true love that she had inside of her heart. These poems are some of the most thoughtful, thought out, wonderful poems that I have read in a long time. You are very good at this Mark Bravo

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest




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