Emily Dickinson Was Like This

November 14, 2007 at 11:24 pm | Posted in Writing: Commentaries | Leave a comment
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Strange day. The weather was odd for November. Fast changing. Chilly in the morning. Then the sun came out for ten minutes in the afternoon. It felt warm. Then clouds closed over the sun. It got windy and cold. In the evening came lightening. Thunder rattled the windows in the house. Finally a drenching rain.

A day of contradictions. Chilly and warm. Sun. Warmth. Wind. Cold. Lightening and Thunder. Blue sky and rain. Serenity and display of power, violence even.

Emily was like this.

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