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A FORCE OF POETS, Episode 02 - Emily Dickinson

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A FORCE OF POETS, Episode 02 - Emily Dickinson


The next poet wrote about the bigness of the brain, the mystery of dawn, and the power of a smile.


Find out who and the lines here on The 3:57 by William E. Spear.

(Theme for A Force of Poets comes up)

Hello my name is William Spear and this is our series titled A FORCE OF POETS.

Our second poet is Emily Dickinson.


Brief biography on Emily Dickinson:


She was born in December of 1830, in Amherst, Massachusetts U.S.A. and died in 1886. Her work was first published in 1890 and readers have experienced a collection of writing which includes lines such as the following:

  • “The brain is wider than the sky.”
  • And, “Not knowing when the dawn will come I open every door.”
  • And, “They might not need me; but they might. // I’ll let my head be just in sight; // A smile as small as mine might be // Precisely their necessity.”


Our episode focuses on these two: SUMMER'S ARMIES and THE PURPLE CLOVER.


From A FORCE OF POETS . . . Emily Dickinson.



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