Emily Dickinson Quotes And More

Above: Handwritten Emily Dickinson quotes 

image: twitter.com

Regarding The Portrait of Emily linked below:

I have been trying to contact Rob, Jim, and/or Alice Walton (of Walmart) for almost a year. 

I wonder if anyone out there can help me reach them.  

I have sent all the pertinent info in more than a dozen email messages, but I haven't received a reply of any kind.

My intention is for 'Emilysa' to find a permanent home at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

If it happens that the Walton family is NOT interested, I hope they will kindly let me know rather soon, for obvious economic reasons, so I can start pursuing other options for the sale of my portrait of Emily Dickinson — Priceless Masterpiece Of American Art

Wanna get involved? 

Feel free to contact the Walton family regarding THIS matter at their published email addresses: 

  • irinqu@walmart.com
  • alicewalton@crystalbridges.org 
  • art@crystalbridges.org 

Thanks for Visiting and please enjoy the NEW Poem by Emily Dickinson linked below. 

Above: Excerpt from an 1850 edition of 'The Indicator,' a magazine published by Amherst College.

This letter represents the first of the very few times that Emily Dickinson was published in her lifetime (1830 — 1886). 

Evidently, even Emily's letters are pure poetry, as this one begins...  

Magnum bonum

harem scarem 

zounds et zounds

et war alarum 

man reformam

life perfectum

mundum changum 

all things flarum

Did you know that Emily Dickinson wrote an autobiography?  

Neither did Emily Dickinson. 

Scroll down see Emily's NEW, recently discovered autobiographical poem.

Find out what really happened to Emily Dickinson, in Emily's own precious words. 

Prepare to be shocked. 

Scroll further down to see a link to an amazing lost (also recently discovered) Masterpiece of 19th century American art! 

This original oil portrait from 1854 is one of the precious few images of this World Famous American Poet known to exist. 

Do You Love Emily? 

You've come to the right place. 

Click This Link To Read

The Posthumous Autobiography of Emily Dickinson

Shown below is an original portrait of Emily Dickinson, which the poet actually sat for in 1854, at the age of 23.

Artist: William Henry Machen 

Above: A detail of the Portrait of Emily Dickinson

More Emily Dickinson Quotes

and Other 19th Century Treasures 

The COMPLETE Poems of Emily Dickinson 

Top 10 Emily Dickinson Poems 

Authentic Photo Of Crazy Horse 

Portrait Of World Chess Champion Howard Staunton 

Related Links From The
Poetry-That-Doesn't-Suck Collection 

Emily's Autobiography Translated Into Spanish

Poems I

Poems II 

NEW Poetic Format (Take The Challenge!) 

AESOP'S RHYMES - A collection of Aesop's Fables reworked into original rhyming verse.  


Poems By Other Poets, Too 

SHORT SWEET LOVE POEMS Short, funny, and maybe even a little bit naughty, but sweet nonetheless.

VALENTINE POEMS Short verses that alternate between charming, funny, and downright absurd. Not exactly Emily Dickinson, but who is? 

FRIENDSHIP POEMS Poems about friendship that actually don't suck.

FUNNY POEMS Who doesn't enjoy a touch of humor here and there? And while you're at it, why not make it rhyme?

SPANISH POEM (with translation) A rhymed verse composed in Spanish, with an English translation. 








POETRY FROM EVERY STATE Poems about YOUR state! This collection captures the mood of geographically themed poetry. 

Top 20 Colleges For Poets  

  1. Brown University
  2. Carnegie Mellon University
  3. Central Michigan University
  4. Columbia University
  5. Dartmouth College
  6. Emory University
  7. George Mason University
  8. Georgia State University
  9. Harvard University
  10. Indiana University
  11. Johns Hopkins University
  12. Northwestern University
  13. Penn State University
  14. Pepperdine University
  15. University of Arizona
  16. University of Chicago
  17. University of Massachusetts at Amherst(Located near the Emily Dickinson Museum)
  18. University of Southern California(USC) 
  19. Virginia Tech
  20. Washington University St. Louis

Also worthy of mention is Amherst College, where Emily Dickinson attended school for 7 years, back when the school was known as the Amherst Academy

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Top 25 Colleges For American Literature

  1. Boston University
  2. Bowdoin College
  3. Brown University
  4. Case Western Reserve
  5. Cornell University
  6. Dartmouth College
  7. Emory University
  8. Columbia University (Barnard College)
  9. Georgetown University
  10. Harvard University
  11. New York University (NYU)
  12. Northwestern University
  13. Princeton University
  14. Stanford University
  15. Swarthmore College
  16. UC Berkeley
  17. UCLA
  18. University of Chicago
  19. University of Georgia
  20. University of Illinois
  21. University of Michigan
  22. University of North Carolina
  23. University of Virginia
  24. University of Washington
  25. University of Wisconsin


Look Here Right Now To See A Long Lost Portrait Of Emily Dickinson! 

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