Emily Dickinson – Transcending Pain
Psychologists have discerned a pattern common to most people who have had to face life’s traumas. Poets also wrestle with the mystery of pain in human lives. Emily Dickinson took the study of pain very seriously, as she analyzed and dramatized it effects in her poetry.
Emily Dickinson‘s “Like Brooms of Steel”
Emily Dickinson loved all the seasons; to her they were material for poetry. Her winter poems are especially poignant. Her metaphors, always stark and meaningful, are at their most daring in winter.
Interpreting Dickinson’s masterpiece "Because I could not stop for death", a follow up to the article: "Emily Dickinson’s journey with Death".
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