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characters Ë The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson 104 Emily Dickinson ↠ 4 Free download ’s idiosyncratic style along with her deep resonance of thought and her observations about life and death love and nature and solitude and society have firmly established her as one of America’s true poetic geniuses. Preamble to be skippedI ve been reading some poetry reviews by readers who are evidently lovers of prose not poetry Here are some ramblings motivated by those reviews Poetic prose is very admirable prosodic poetry is not It is very very very difficult to write a good love poem because there are so many ways to fall into clich and so few ways to startle to reveal something unexpected so difficult that most love poems are failures as poems as it appears to me They may be successes in some other sense In my view politics and poetry almost never mix well political poems strike me almost always as rhetoric not as poetry I highly esteem brevity and distillation I enjoy hints and gestures at complexes of meaning beyond the words actually employed I appreciate dense shifting clouds of meaning trying to adumbrate the non simplicity inherent in so many aspects of life but I also enjoy sharp clear takes on that which is relatively simple I don t care much for pretty filigree because I prefer to see the language shuddering under the strain of the load it is bearing I love the unexpected phraseviewstandpoint about the most uotidian and the most abstruse but nouvelle for the sake of new gets old fast I do not reflexively shout obscurity pretension obfuscation because I didn t understand the first time through But that s just me On with the review Review I have not yet read one of the biographies of Emily Dickinson 1830 1886 but I know how disappointed by a few interactions with publishers she made no further attempts how she wrote nearly two thousand poems discovered upon her death how she rarely left the family house after she returned from college and not long thereafter rarely left her room But I don t know the why of itWhatever the reasons may be what is clear is that the primary topics of these many poems are pain fear love death and immortality The pain that so occupied her is not physical pain but the mental and emotional pain caused to a possibly over sensitive timid person both by other people and by herselfHer poems are typically short few lines short lines and to my mind her best poems are intense rugged jagged in rhythm with rhymes which appear to be accidental or so approximate that near rhyme just doesn t capture it Granted there are poems which strike me as exemplars of 19th century American right thinking I am allergic to right thinking of any stripe but particularly the 19th century American variety gives me a rash So it s likely that those poems don t get a fair shake from me You might like them better than IHere are some of the poems I thought were remarkable for one reason or anotherI had no time to hate becauseThe grave would hinder meAnd life was not so ample ICould finish enmityNor had I time to love but sinceSome industry must beThe little toil of love I thoughtWas large enough for meHere is another mark of that toil of love Note the sprung rhythm and missed rhymes in the first and last stanzas while the middle three are almost regular in both rhyme and rhythm In the mid nineteenth century the poem would be judged a clumsy failure But to me it is a fascinating little machine and the content she is speaking from experience hereOne need not be a chamber to be hauntedOne need not be a house The brain has corridors surpassingMaterial placeFar safer of a midnight meetingExternal ghostThan an interior confrontingThat whiter hostFar safer through an Abbey gallopthe stones achaseThan moonless one s own self encounterIn lonesome placeOurself behind ourself concealedShould startle most Assassin hid in our apartmentBe horror s leastThe prudent carries a revolverHe bolts the doorO erlooking a superior spectreMore nearSo many little surprises so much to occupy the active mind It also hints at the why alluded to above Her struggles also led her to poems like this oneThe heart asks pleasure firstAnd then excuse from pain And then those little anodynesThat deaden suffering And then to go to sleep And then if it should beThe will of its InuisitorThe liberty to dieTwo of my favorite poets Paul Celan 1920 1970 and Georg Trakl 1887 1914 wrote darker poems but Celan witnessed the Second World War and the German extermination camps Celan survived but his parents did not and ultimately drowned himself in the Seine and Trakl was a drug addict at 15 probably schizophrenic and finally a medic in the front lines broken in the first year of the First World War dead of a cocaine overdose at 27 What agonies drew this poem out of DickinsonI ve had this book in my shelves for 17 years I wish I had read it earlier So what of the 21st century Americans trying to resurrect 19th century American right thinking Better not go there Signs thought and her observations about life and death love and nature and solitude and society have firmly established her as one of America’s Discover Your Fountain of Health true poetic geniuses. 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characters Ë The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson 104 Emily Dickinson ↠ 4 Free download Scape of the human soul A true innovator Dickinson experimented freely with conventional rhythm and meter and often used dashes off rhymes and unusual metaphors techniues that strongly influenced modern poetry Dickinson. Aside from the few poems here and there this is the first time I ve read a proper collection of Dickinson poems and it s easy to see why she is just so popular Her poetry really does take you away from the hustle and bustle of life and I was left in a complete state of tranuil bliss as I worked my through the wonderful poems on offer It was like sitting in a meadow not an apartment This volume is spilt into four parts Life Love Nature and Time Eternity and it s so difficult to pick the stand out poems because there were just so many of them While some of the poems felt like spontaneous flashes of insight unrelated to her outward circumstances others clearly came on a personal level Had it not been for Dickinson s sister Lavinia we may well have never got to read the hundreds of poems Emily wrote in her lifetime It s sad to think she was initially rejected but the fact she had no publication pressures or restrictions left her free to continue to write in an unhampered and original style

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  • The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson
  • Emily Dickinson
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  • 05 April 2019
  • 9781593080501