Verse > Emily Dickinson > Complete Poems > Part Three: Love
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Emily Dickinson (1830–86).  Complete Poems.  1924.

Part Three: Love

It ’s all I have to bring to-day
  1. Mine by the right of the white election!
  2. You left me, sweet, two legacies
  3. Alter? When the hills do
  4. Elysium is as far as to
  5. Doubt me, my dim companion!
  6. If you were coming in the fall
  7. I hide myself within my flower
  8. That I did always love
  9. Have you got a brook in your little heart
  10. As if some little Arctic flower
  11. My river runs to thee
  12. I cannot live with you
  13. There came a day at summer’s full
  14. I ’m ceded, I ’ve stopped being theirs
  15. T was a long parting, but the time
  16. I ’m wife; I ’ve finished that
  17. She rose to his requirement, dropped
  18. Come slowly, Eden!
  19. Of all the souls that stand create
  20. I have no life but this
  21. Your riches taught me poverty
  22. I gave myself to him
  23. Going to him! Happy letter! Tell him
  24. The way I read a letter’s this
  25. Wild nights! Wild nights!
  26. The night was wide, and furnished scant
  27. Did the harebell loose her girdle
  28. A charm invests a face
  29. The rose did caper on her cheek
  30. In lands I never saw, they say
  31. The moon is distant from the sea
  32. He put the belt around my life
  33. I held a jewel in my fingers
  34. What if I say I shall not wait?
  35. Proud of my broken heart since thou didst break it
  36. My worthiness is all my doubt
  37. Love is anterior to life
  38. One blessing had I, than the rest
  39. When roses cease to bloom, dear
  40. Summer for thee grant I may be
  41. Split the lark and you ’ll find the music
  42. To lose thee, sweeter than to gain
  43. Poor little heart!
  44. There is a word
  45. I ’ve got an arrow here
  46. He fumbles at your spirit
  47. Heart, we will forget him!
  48. Father, I bring thee not myself
  49. We outgrow love like other things
  50. Not with a club the heart is broken
  51. My friend must be a bird
  52. He touched me, so I live to know
  53. Let me not mar that perfect dream
  54. I live with him, I see his face
  55. I envy seas whereon he rides
  56. A solemn thing it was, I said
  57. Title divine is mine

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