Poems - Emily Dickinson


By Emily Dickinson

  • Release Date: 2015-03-16
  • Genre: Poetry


Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was an American poet, born in 1830 in Amherst, Massachusetts. She is known as one of the best poets in the world and her poems are read and studied by readers and students. Writing for her own soul and for her own pleasure, without the intention to present her writings to the world, she wasn’t famous during her years of life, but after her death. When she died, her family found 1800 of her poems, which were later published.
Her poetry was influenced by the people she met in her life and by the Metaphysical poets of the 17th century in England, the Book of Revelation and her raising in a Puritan New England town. Her poems are written on the themes like nature, life, music, medicine, religion, fashion, death, love and immortality. She had a rare talent to give an extraordinary vivid description of the abstract concepts presented in her poems.
This book offers her poems as they were written originally, revealing you her real writing power. Reading this book, you will be able to feel her feelings, see through her eyes, at the same time being able to see her world through your eyes.
If you are one of those who search for another reality in poems, this book is the perfect one for you. The lines and verses of Dickinson’s poems will take you to another world, awake different feelings and change your view of the nature, the miracles of nature and the universe and love, and will present you another dimension of the world.
In this book you will find: • A short biography of Emily Dickinson • Three series of her poems • Index of the first lines of her poems If you are ready to begin the journey to another, mystical life, don’t wait a minute longer and start reading.