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Death Replies to Emily Dickinson
by Dawn L Mullan
Wednesday, August 16, 2006
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Because you could not stop for death,

I kindly stopped for you;

an invitation saved for this

clandestine rendezvous.


Declaring your life’s just begun

and works you haven’t done;

paper with rhymes and words unsaid—

while your ink well dries blue.


Instead, come. Join the procession

into the uncharted

where rarely seen a setting sun

and gloom is discarded.


In my carriage we duly ride

east past the stormy clouds

farther than your thoughts have ventured

straight into the profound.


Welcome to cosmic renewal;

your spirit’s free to run

as different journeys will begin

beyond the morning dew.




Dawn L. Mullan
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Reviewed by Georg Mateos 2/20/2009
The clandestine rendezvous where words weren't said, boudoirs where the morning sun is not yet putting its fingers inside ruffed bed silks and awake lovers of distant desires and intimate fires.
Death replies to Emily Dickinson is a rebuke to a tragic demented wish with wishes pregnant with hope.


Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/20/2006
Absolutely lovely writing, Dawn. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Anna M 11/14/2006
A wonderful poem centred around a very inspiring lady. There is some lovely imagery in this piece, and your idea of Emily Dickinson's soul going on a liberating journey, is effective and original. Thankyou for sharing this uplifting and thoughtful tribute.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 11/9/2006

Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 10/9/2006
Oooo..this I like ..incredible piece..

Reviewed by Kate Clifford 10/7/2006
Sounds like a ride I would enjoy, just as much as I have enjoyed this write! Love a positive thought :-)
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 10/3/2006
I love is very unique indeed. I love to read Emily've written it well..
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by richard cederberg 8/17/2006
Now this was a unique perspective and rebuttal. Very clever!

Richard Lloyd Cederberg
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