Emily Dickinson: Fascicle 6

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Poem 11 (J 131: 1830-1886)

1:
Besides the Autumn poets sing
Besides the Autumn poets sing
Besides the autumn poets sing ,
Besides the Autumn poets sing
Besides the autumn poets sing
2:
A few prosaic days
A few prosaic days
A few prosaic days
A few prosaic days
A few prosaic days
3:
A little this side of the snow
A little this side of the snow
A little this side of the snow
A little this side of the snow
A little this side of the snow
4:
And that side of the Haze
And that side of the Haze
And that side of the haze .
And that side of the Haze
And that side of the Haze
5:
A few incisive mornings
A few incisive Mornings
A few incisive mornings ,
A few incisive Mornings
A few incisive mornings
6:
A few Ascetic Eves
A few Ascetic Eves
A few ascetic eves ,—
A few Ascetic Eves
A few ascetic Eves
7:
Gone . Mr Bryants' Golden Rod.
Gone Mr. Bryant's Golden Rod
Gone Mr. Bryant's golden-rod,
Gone Mr. Bryant's Golden Rod
Gone Mr Bryants' Golden Rod
8:
And Mr Thomsons' sheaves.
And Mr. Thomson's sheaves.
And Mr. Thomson's sheaves.
And Mr. Thomson's sheaves.
And Mr Thomson's sheaves.
9:
Still , is the bustle in the Brook
Still , is the bustle in the Brook
Still is the bustle in the brook ,
Still , is the bustle in the Brook
Still , is the bustle in the brook ,
10:
Sealed are the spicy valves
Sealed are the spicy valves
Sealed are the spicy valves ;
Sealed are the spicy valves
Sealed , are the spicy valves
11:
Mesmeric fingers softly touch
Mesmeric fingers softly touch
Mesmeric fingers softly touch
Mesmeric fingers softly touch
Mesmeric fingers softly touch
12:
The Eyes of many Elves
The Eyes of many Elves
The eyes of many elves .
The Eyes of many Elves
The Eyes of many Elves
13:
Perhaps a squirrel may remain
Perhaps a squirrel may remain
Perhaps a squirrel may remain ,
Perhaps a squirrel may remain
Perhaps a squirrel may remain
14:
My sentiments to share
My sentiments to share
My sentiments to share .
My sentiments to share
My sentiments to share
15:
Grant me , Oh Lord , a sunny mind
Grant me , Oh Lord , a sunny mind
Grant me , O Lord , a sunny mind ,
Grant me , Oh Lord , a sunny mind
Grant me Oh Lord a sunny mind
16:
Thy windy will to bear!
Thy windy will to bear!
Thy windy will to bear!
Thy windy will to bear!
Thy windy will to bear!
Image Map for Original Poem 11 Besides the Autumn poets sing Besides the Autumn poets sing And that side of the Haze— And that side of the Haze— A few incisive mornings— A few incisive mornings— A few Ascetic Eves— A few Ascetic Eves— Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Still, is the bustle in the Brook— Still, is the bustle in the Brook— Sealed are the spicy valves— Sealed are the spicy valves— The Eyes of many Elves— The Eyes of many Elves— The Eyes of many Elves— Perhaps a squirrel may remain— Perhaps a squirrel may remain— My sentiments to share— Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind—
Image Map for Centenary Edition of Poem 11 Original Dickinson: Besides the Autumn poets sing Original Dickinson: Besides the Autumn poets sing Original Dickinson: And that side of the Haze— Original Dickinson: A few incisive mornings— Original Dickinson: A few Ascetic Eves— Original Dickinson: A few Ascetic Eves— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: Still, is the bustle in the Brook— Original Dickinson: Still, is the bustle in the Brook— Original Dickinson: Sealed are the spicy valves— Original Dickinson: Sealed are the spicy valves— Original Dickinson: The Eyes of many Elves— Original Dickinson: The Eyes of many Elves— Original Dickinson: Perhaps a squirrel may remain— Original Dickinson: Perhaps a squirrel may remain— Original Dickinson: My sentiments to share— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind—
Image Map for Complete Poems of Poem 11 Original Dickinson: Besides the Autumn poets sing Original Dickinson: Besides the Autumn poets sing Original Dickinson: And that side of the Haze— Original Dickinson: A few incisive mornings— Original Dickinson: A few Ascetic Eves— Original Dickinson: A few Ascetic Eves— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: Still, is the bustle in the Brook— Original Dickinson: Still, is the bustle in the Brook— Original Dickinson: Sealed are the spicy valves— Original Dickinson: Sealed are the spicy valves— Original Dickinson: The Eyes of many Elves— Original Dickinson: The Eyes of many Elves— Original Dickinson: Perhaps a squirrel may remain— Original Dickinson: Perhaps a squirrel may remain— Original Dickinson: My sentiments to share— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind—
Image Map for Final Harvest: Emily Dickinson's Poems of Poem 11 Original Dickinson: Besides the Autumn poets sing Original Dickinson: Besides the Autumn poets sing Original Dickinson: And that side of the Haze— Original Dickinson: A few incisive mornings— Original Dickinson: A few Ascetic Eves— Original Dickinson: A few Ascetic Eves— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: Still, is the bustle in the Brook— Original Dickinson: Still, is the bustle in the Brook— Original Dickinson: Sealed are the spicy valves— Original Dickinson: Sealed are the spicy valves— Original Dickinson: The Eyes of many Elves— Original Dickinson: The Eyes of many Elves— Original Dickinson: Perhaps a squirrel may remain— Original Dickinson: Perhaps a squirrel may remain— Original Dickinson: My sentiments to share— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind—
Image Map of Emily Dickinson's letter, containing Poem 11 Original Dickinson: Besides the Autumn poets sing Original Dickinson: Besides the Autumn poets sing Original Dickinson: And that side of the Haze— Original Dickinson: And that side of the Haze— Original Dickinson: A few incisive mornings— Original Dickinson: A few incisive mornings— Original Dickinson: A few Ascetic Eves— Original Dickinson: A few Ascetic Eves— Original Dickinson: A few Ascetic Eves— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: Gone. Mr Bryants' 'Golden Rod'— Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: And Mr Thomsons' 'sheaves.' Original Dickinson: Still, is the bustle in the Brook— Original Dickinson: Still, is the bustle in the Brook— Original Dickinson: Still, is the bustle in the Brook— Original Dickinson: Sealed are the spicy valves— Original Dickinson: Sealed are the spicy valves— Original Dickinson: The Eyes of many Elves— Original Dickinson: The Eyes of many Elves— Original Dickinson: The Eyes of many Elves— Original Dickinson: Perhaps a squirrel may remain— Original Dickinson: Perhaps a squirrel may remain— Original Dickinson: My sentiments to share— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind— Original Dickinson: Grant me, Oh Lord, a sunny mind—