Describing Her Life As A Loaded Gun And A Still Volcano, By Emily Dickinson

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Describing her life as "a Loaded Gun" and 'a still — Volcano," Dickinson found power in choosing to lead a reclusive life. Dickinson 's poetic accomplishment was recognized from the moment her first volume appeared in 1890, but never has she enjoyed more acclaim than she does today. Emily Dickinson’s Metaphorical poetry As Frost rightly puts it’s Poetry is when an emotion has found thoughts and the thoughts have found words.” A great poet is immortal through his works and he tries to amalgamate his emotions, thoughts and words in a heart melting composition. The greatest poetess of all times whom we know as ‘the queen recluse’ of the twentieth century. The poetess whose works continue to perfume the English literature even today. The poetess who used her isolation as a weapon for her success. Her words still burn like an inferno in every reader’s heart. The poetess who inspired us to burn dimly but still shine bright. She is none other than Emily Dickinson. Emily Dickinson was one of the most phenomenal and well known writers of all times. Her poems continue to live in the minds of young readers till date However, only a few were published and recognised during her lifetime. The poems she didn 't publish were greatly transformed by others before the world could eye them. She was born in Amherst, Massachusetts and died of nephritis there. Thought of as an eccentric by the locals, she became known for her penchant for white clothing and her reluctance to greet guests

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