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Many of her poems are dark and mysterious but all are true works of art. Emily Dickinson died peacefully on May 15, 1886. Only ten of Emily's poems were published in her lifetime. After her death over 1700 of her poems were discovered. She had bound them into several booklets...
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She had bound them into several booklets. In 1890 and 1891 some of her poems were published. They received a great response but no more were published until 1955. A sepal, petal, and a thorn-- Upon a common summers morn-- A flask of dew-- A bee or two-- A breeze-- a caper in the trees-- And I am a rose! Dickinson's poems are timeless and will always leave one bewildered and amazed...
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