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Emily Dickinson
   was born on   
December 10, 1830
American poet
Emily Dickinson
   has the epitaph   
"Called Back"
West Cemetery; Amherst, Massachusetts
Emily Dickinson
   said   
"Finite to Fail, but Infinite to Venture"
American poet
Emily Dickinson
   was born in   
Amherst, U.S.A.
Massachusetts. 1830-1886. Considered the most gifted poet in American literature
Emily Dickinson
   wrote   
I Years Had Been From Home
"I Years had been from Home And now before the Door I dared not enter, lest a Face I never saw before Stare solid into mine And ask my Business there …"
Emily Dickinson
   wrote   
There is Another Sky
"There is another sky, Ever serene and fair, And there is another sunshine, Though it be darkness there …"
Emily Dickinson
   wrote   
Her Face Was in a Bed of Hair
"...like flowers in a plot"
Emily Dickinson
   is buried in   
West Cemetery, MA, USA
Poet, d. 1886; Amherst, Massachusetts
Emily Dickinson
   wrote   
Because I Could Not Stop for Death
"he kindly stopped for me"
Emily Dickinson
   wrote   
I Heard a Fly Buzz-When I Died
"the Stillness in the Room was like the Stillness in the Air"
Emily Dickinson
   uttered the last words   
"Let Us Go In; the Fog is Rising."
Aaron Copland
   composed   
"Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson"
1900-1990






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