A metaphorical funeral inside the speaker’s head. A drum-like service beats on, until reason breaks and silence reigns. What lies beyond the final plunge?
“Since then – ’tis Centuries – and yet
Feels shorter than the Day”
In this classic poem by Emily Dickinson, follow the speaker’s encounter with a bird that reveals both its charm and cruelty. Marvel at the poetic language and imagery that capture the bird’s movement and flight.
By Emily Elizabeth Dickinson
The poem expresses the concept of hope as an ever-present and resilient force. It showcases the power of hope to provide comfort and strength, even in the face of adversity.
By Emily Dickinson The Trees like Tassels hit – and – swung –There seemed to rise a TuneFrom Miniature CreaturesAccompanying […]
By Emily Elizabeth Dickinson After Great pain, a formal feeling comes —The Nerves sit ceremonious, like Tombs —The stiff Heart […]