Title: the poetry of emily dickerson
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Yet although it may be unexpected it is but just another trip, in this case "the carriage held but just ourselves/ and immortality." She discusses how she has to put an end of things done while living, "labor, and my leisure too," and how the world will still go on, with her watching children play. Eventually Emily Dickerson comes to realize that death is everlasting, when she surmises that the horses carrying her on her voyage "were toward eternity...
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Eventually Emily Dickerson comes to realize that death is everlasting, when she surmises that the horses carrying her on her voyage "were toward eternity."
In "I Died for Beauty" Emily Dickerson discusses how beauty and truth are one. I believe she means by being true to who you are, and dying with your values intact, then you have lived a full life...
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