- Poems By Emily Dickinson   (1830 - 1886) -

A Charm Invests a Face    Future Love
A wounded deer leaps highest    The Pains of Love
Come Slowly    The Power of Love
For Each Ecstatic Instant    The Pains of Love
Heart, We Will Forget Him    Love and Parting
Hope is a Thing With Feathers    The Power of Love
I Gave Myself To Him    Love Described
I Have No Life But This    The Power of Love
I Held a Jewel    Love Past
I Lost A World    The Power of Love
I Many Times Thought    Future Love
I Never Lost As Much    Love and Death
I Should Not Dare    Love and Death
I Sing    Love Apart
I Taste a Liquor    Love Described
If I May Have It    Love and Death
If You Were Coming In The Fall    Love Apart
It's all I have to bring to-day    New Love
It's Such a Little Thing    The Need to be Loved
My Friend    Love and Death
My River    Love Declared
Proud of my Broken Heart    The Pains of Love
The Grave    Love and Death
The Heart Asks    The Pains of Love
To lose Thee    Love and Doubt

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