40 messages and quotes by Emily Dickinson perfect for those who love poetry

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Born in the USA, in 1830, Emily Dickinson was a poet who became only famous after her death. Lonely, she is also known as the “big secluded”. His works speak, in particular, about love, daily life and death. Learn more about this amazing writer who continues to enchant a legion of fans. Read these messages and quotes by Emily Dickinson!

Emily Dickinson’s messages and quotes that will make you dive with the poet’s world

The word dies the moment it is uttered – some say. I say she starts living at that moment.

Forever is composed of agoras.

Success seems sweet to those who do not reach it.

Hope has wings, makes the soul fly. Sing the melody even without knowing the lyrics and never gives up. Never!

In the face of a broken heart, no other can speak without having the great privilege of having suffered equally.

by thirst, the water is learned.

I don’t know when the dawn will come, so I open all the doors.

Living is something so amazing that there is little time left for anything else.

If I can relieve the suffering of a life, or if you can help a bird that is weak to find the nest. Life will have been worth it.

If I can prevent a heart from breaking, I won’t live in vain.

The heart has narrow borders.

If I read a book and it makes my body so cold that no fire can warm me, I know this is poetry.

The morning without you is a wavered dawn.

This is my letter to the world, who never wrote to me.

Bring me the sunset in a cup.

Living is so surprising that it leaves little time for nothing.

finite to fail, but infinite to venture.

It is not necessary to be a chamber to be haunted, it does not have to be a home. The brain has corridors surpassing material place.

Farewell is all we know from heaven and everything we need from hell.

They say time softens. This is lacking with the truth. Real pain strengthens, like the muscles, with age.

Water is taught by thirst; the earth by navigated oceans; the ecstasy, by affliction; Peace, for the narrated combat; Love, for the ashes of memory and by snow, the birds.

If time were medicine, no evil would exist.

All we know of love, is that love is all that exists.

The most beloved of all time, the strongest friends of the soul: the books!

I’m out with lanterns, looking for myself.

We have not become older with the years, but younger every day.

Until I love, I never lived.

A great hope fell, you didn’t hear any noise. The ruin was inside.

Love is prior to life, after death, initial of creation and exponent of breathing.

Those who have not found the sky below will fail.

I was doubled and broken, but – I hope – in a better way.

Dying is a wild night and a new road.

I’m nobody! Who are you? Are you nobody either? So we are both! Do not say! They banned us, you know! How dull be someone.

The memory, no one makes her grow when she lost her root. Tighten around the earth, keep it erect, perhaps can deceive the universe, but do not recover the plant.

Your brain is wider than heaven.

Love is your own rescue; For we, in our supreme, are only their trembling emblems.

I hope your walks have been pleasant and their broad reactions.

I see you better in the dark. I don’t need light.

I’ve never seen a cumary, I’ve never seen the sea. However, I know how the hell looks like, and what wave it should be. I never spoke to God, nor did I visit heaven. However, I am certain of the place, as if a map were given.

I wish you a more kindness.

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