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Poem – “Heaven”—Is What I Cannot Reach! – Emily Dickinson  

239  “Heaven”—is what I cannot reach!  The Apple on the Tree—  Provided it do hopeless—hang—  That—”Heaven” is—to Me!  The Color, on the Cruising Cloud—  The interdicted Land—  Behind the Hill—the House behind—  There—Paradise—is found!  Her teasing Purples—Afternoons—  The credulous—decoy—  Enamored—of … Continue reading

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Poem – “Heaven” Has Different Signs&Mdash, To Me – Emily Dickinson 

575  “Heaven” has different Signs—to me—  Sometimes, I think that Noon  Is but a symbol of the Place—  And when again, at Dawn,  A mighty look runs round the World  And settles in the Hills—  An Awe if it should … Continue reading

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Poem – “Faith” is a fine invention – Emily Dickinson 

185  “Faith” is a fine invention  When Gentlemen can see—  But Microscopes are prudent  In an Emergency.

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