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What is – Emily Dickinson 

215 What is—”Paradise”— Who live there— Are they “Farmers”— Do they “hoe”— Do they know that this is “Amherst”— And that I—am coming—too— Do they wear “new shoes”—in “Eden”— Is it always pleasant—there— Won’t they scold us—when we’re homesick— Or … Continue reading

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What shall I do when the Summer Troubles – Emily Dickinson 

956 What shall I do when the Summer troubles— What, when the Rose is ripe— What when the Eggs fly off in Music From the Maple Keep? What shall I do when the Skies a’chirrup Drop a Tune on me— … Continue reading

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