Category Archives: Dickinson

Our ordinary Measures / Of Distance – fail us –

Today is Carl Sagan day, so I’ve arranged a few of his words in a way that echoes Dickinson. Continue reading

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Graceland Cemetery

Diadems drop and Doges surrender,
Soundless as dots on a disk of snow. Continue reading

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Soundless as dots – on a Disc of Snow –

Dickinson sticks with me, and I’ve been wanting to take a photo of this for some time now. On my near-daily train ride downtown, I pass a massive cemetery. It has giant mausoleums all in a line. Lately, they’re covered … Continue reading

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Letter from Emily Dickinson, June 1853

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Letter from Emily & Vinnie Dickinson, Spring 1853

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“New feet within my garden go -” F79 by Emily Dickinson

Until I decide to mess with the audio, I’m going to sound a little bit like an old-fashioned Cylon. Reading Dickinson. I am poetrybot.

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Happy Birthday, Dear Emily

Happy Birthday, Emily Dickinson.

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