And like the moon she had a side of her so dark, that even the stars couldn't shine on it, she had a side of her so cold, that even the sun couldn't burn it

And like the moon she had a side of her so dark, that even the stars couldn't shine on it, she had a side of her so cold, that even the sun couldn't burn it

Emily Dickinson Poem If I can stop one heart by Riverwaystudios

Emily Dickinson quote poster, If I can stop one heart from break I shall not live in vain, poetry art, Emily Dickinson poster

If you cannot be a poet, be the poem. — "Holding On and Letting Go" April 20th. My...

If you cannot be a poet, be the poem. — "Holding On and Letting Go" April 20th. My...

She threw herself at heartbreak like a moth drawn to a flame. Patching up her broken wings, just to try it again, and the world all thought her foolish, for she never seemed to learn, but how do you save somebody, who's convinced they should burn?

She threw herself at heartbreak like a moth drawn to a flame. Patching up her broken wings, just to try it again, and the world all thought her foolish, for she never seemed to learn, but how do you save somebody, who's convinced they should burn?

--it takes a while to read her, seconds to love her, and a life time to forget her--

--it takes a while to read her, seconds to love her, and a life time to forget her--

Honestly, wonderful until the last two lines. I really wanted this to be about the beauty of nature in and of itself, forgetting about the man made world for the most part. Instead, a love poem. Bleh.

Honestly, wonderful until the last two lines. I really wanted this to be about the beauty of nature in and of itself, forgetting about the man made world for the most part. Instead, a love poem. Bleh.

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