With an Eye toward Eden, She sits alone. Her mind a garden Filled with muses blooming, Dripping nectar in aromatic words For the quill-like tongue of the Bee, Who inquires of its chambers, Sips its mysteries, And reposits honey for progeny. "With an Eye toward Eden" written by James Robert Kibby
For this episode, we focus on three poems written by Emily Dickinson.
“I would not paint – a picture – “
“Forever – is composed of Nows – “
“Come slowly – Eden!”
Check out this video to learn more about Emily’s life!
To read more of her poetry head on over to poetryfoundation.org