Strenth

Strenth

A Poem by Emily Dickinson Jr.
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Its a bit short but I like it so give it a read plz :-)

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As hearts can beat

So can I

Upon the shields and barriers

That make me cry

© 2012 Emily Dickinson Jr.


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short and witty. great!

Posted 11 Years Ago


Emily Dickinson Jr.

11 Years Ago

lol thanx!! great things can come in small packages ;-)
How do you do it??????? Your short poems have so much power! Great write, I really felt this one! It puzzles me how much you can put clear-cut meaning into a single 4-lined stanza! Consider my mind blown! Keep up the good writes! :D

Posted 11 Years Ago


Emily Dickinson Jr.

11 Years Ago

thanx so much! well i cnt say one thing or another will help but I tend to bottle up things a lot s.. read more
Michael Perez

11 Years Ago

Yeah. I perfectly understand. Even how little, it still is very important to express your feelings. .. read more
Emily Dickinson Jr.

11 Years Ago

and poetry is the perfect outlet
Wow..This poem has such power.. such strength! With so little words, you've expressed everything so beautifully!
Well done! :)

Posted 11 Years Ago


Allycat

11 Years Ago

No problem :D I agree! Shorter poems tend to hold more meaning and power than most long poems
Emily Dickinson Jr.

11 Years Ago

I'm glad u agree and thanx for the review I'm like a review vampire I feed off them lol
Allycat

11 Years Ago

hahaha, my pleasure!
Short and sweet! Great message in such few words! Well done!

Posted 11 Years Ago


Emily Dickinson Jr.

11 Years Ago

Thanc so much! I am a strong believer of there being power extreme in few lined scheme.
Great way of making all the lines echo into each other.

Posted 11 Years Ago


Emily Dickinson Jr.

11 Years Ago

Thank you so much I'm glad you enjoyed it! I love to leave a certain power and unique perception be.. read more
I love short poems..it takes real skill to say a lot in a few words

Posted 11 Years Ago


Emily Dickinson Jr.

11 Years Ago

Thanx so much! I completely agree I am of the opinion that the shorter a poem the power it can hold .. read more
I really like this short and and sweet and it says everything

Posted 11 Years Ago


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Emily Dickinson Jr.

11 Years Ago

aww thanx so much I'm glad you enjoyed it! :-)
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Rae
Another short, but sweet poem. I like these a lot more than the longer poems. The longer poems are much harder for me to understand. ^^" These I can actually get a feel of what they could be about. Thank you for writing it. :D

Posted 11 Years Ago


Emily Dickinson Jr.

11 Years Ago

no prob at all!!
It may have been short but it was very good. You used what you did write to convey a lot of meaning.
Anyways, I've always liked shorter poems better, especially if the author does it right and you did. Good job.

Posted 11 Years Ago


Emily Dickinson Jr.

11 Years Ago

thanx so much! Iv always been a strong believer that the shorter the poem the more power it can hol.. read more
man for something quite short. It was brilliant, the words are perfect. Man ur writing always shocks me on how well its done. Luv it. :D

Posted 11 Years Ago


Emily Dickinson Jr.

11 Years Ago

thanx somuch mariah! but you know me I believe the shorter poems are very much the most powerful
Mariah Corey

11 Years Ago

very true. :D

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Added on September 1, 2012
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Tags: hearts, pain, suffering, beatm masks, shields, barriers, cry, tears

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Emily Dickinson Jr.
Emily Dickinson Jr.

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Im just a highschool girl. Writing is my hobby and I think Im fairly good at it but I leave you to be the judge of that. :-) my best short stories are: http://www.writerscafe.org/writing/poisinros.. more..

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