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A World written from the looking glass of Emily Dickinsons soul By Deanna Reed I dwell in Possibility- A fairer House than Prose- More numerous of Windows- Superior- for- Doors Of Chambers as the Cedars Impregnable of eye- And for an Everlasting roof- T Gambrels of the Sky- Of Visitors- the fairest- For Occupation- This- The spreading wide my narrow Hands To gather Paradise- A sheltered New England writer Emily Dickinson created much thought provoking short poems that have since been recognized as poetry of great distinction and originality This unique style is due to many factors of her past Emily Dickinson was a reclusive person with an emotional passionate intense life filled with her genius for writing poetry Although criticized for her unconventional style of writing including her rough rhythm and imperfect grammar and rhymes she continued to write in her own unique way Many aspects of her life such as her relationships with various people remain a mystery and are not well known Emily Dickinson usually stayed near her home in fact she hardly ever strayed from her birthplace of Amherst Massachusetts Emily Dickinson was better educated than most girls at her time As a young woman she enjoyed the life of the village and the companionship of her school friends She began in her twenties a gradual retreat into the confines of the Homestead Homestead is the house in which she was born During her thirties she began to go out less and less She continued to see people because her dad was an important man in town and many interesting people came to the Homestead house It is also where she spent the last fifteen years of her life not leaving the grounds and seeing no one but her brother Austin and her sister
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