Come Slowly—Eden (211)

Emily Dickinson

 
Come slowly—Eden
Lips unused to Thee—
Bashful—sip thy Jessamines
As the fainting Bee—
Reaching late his flower,
Round her chamber hums—
Counts his nectars—
Enters—and is lost in Balms.
 
c. 1860

Poems by This Author

A Bird came down the Walk (328) by Emily Dickinson
A Bird came down the Walk
A Drop fell on the Apple Tree (794) by Emily Dickinson
A Drop fell on the Apple Tree
A lane of Yellow led the eye (1650) by Emily Dickinson
A lane of Yellow led the eye
A Man may make a Remark (952) by Emily Dickinson
A Man may make a Remark
Because I could not stop for Death (712) by Emily Dickinson
Because I could not stop for Death--
Besides the Autumn poets sing (131) by Emily Dickinson
Besides the Autumn poets sing
Color - Caste - Denomination - (970) by Emily Dickinson
Color - Caste - Denomination
Dear March - Come in - (1320) by Emily Dickinson
Dear March - Come in -
Fame is a fickle food (1659) by Emily Dickinson
Fame is a fickle food
Hope is the thing with feathers (254) by Emily Dickinson
Hope is the thing with feathers
I cannot live with You (640) by Emily Dickinson
I cannot live with You--
I could suffice for Him, I knew (643) by Emily Dickinson
I could suffice for Him, I knew—
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain (280) by Emily Dickinson
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain,
I heard a Fly buzz (465) by Emily Dickinson
I heard a Fly buzz--when I died--
I like to see it lap the Miles (43) by Emily Dickinson
I like to see it lap the Miles
I measure every Grief I meet (561) by Emily Dickinson
I measure every Grief I meet
I taste a liquor never brewed (214) by Emily Dickinson
I taste a liquor never brewed--
I tie my Hat—I crease my Shawl (443) by Emily Dickinson
I tie my Hat—I crease my Shawl—
I'm Nobody! Who are you? (260) by Emily Dickinson
I'm Nobody! Who are you?
It sifts from Leaden Sieves - (311) by Emily Dickinson
It sifts from Leaden Sieves
It was not Death, for I stood up (510) by Emily Dickinson
It was not Death, for I stood up
It's all I have to bring today (26) by Emily Dickinson
It's all I have to bring today
Knows how to forget! (433) by Emily Dickinson
Knows how to forget
Like Brooms of Steel (1252) by Emily Dickinson
Luck is not chance (1350) by Emily Dickinson
Luck is not chance
My life closed twice before its close (96) by Emily Dickinson
My life closed twice before its close
One day is there of the series by Emily Dickinson
One day is there of the series
One Sister have I in our house (14) by Emily Dickinson
Safe in their Alabaster Chambers (216) by Emily Dickinson
Safe in their Alabaster Chambers—
The Outlet (162) by Emily Dickinson
My river runs to thee
The Savior must have been a docile Gentleman (1487) by Emily Dickinson
The Savior must have been
The Soul selects her own Society (303) by Emily Dickinson
The Soul selects her own Society—
The Soul unto itself (683) by Emily Dickinson
The Soul unto itself
There is no frigate like a book (1263) by Emily Dickinson
There is no frigate like a book (1263)
There's a certain Slant of light (258) by Emily Dickinson
There's a certain Slant of light,
To make a prairie (1755) by Emily Dickinson
To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee,
Two Butterflies went out at Noon— (533) by Emily Dickinson
Two Butterflies went out at Noon
We never know how high we are (1176) by Emily Dickinson
We never know how high we are
Wild Nights – Wild Nights! (249) by Emily Dickinson
Wild Nights! - Wild Nights!
Winter is good - his Hoar Delights (1316) by Emily Dickinson
Winter is good - his Hoar Delights


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