7K views · Feb 12, 2022 poemotopia.com
Listen to this amazing reading of Emily Dickinson's poem "I'm "wife" — I've finished that —", also known by the short title "Apocalypse". It begins with a statement that sounds both shocking and sad. The speaker says that she has ceased to be known by the title of someone's wife. Now, she is a "woman" and feels like a Czar of her own mind.
2K views · Feb 12, 2022 poemotopia.com
Listen to this inspirational reading of Emily Dickinson's poem "If I can stop one Heart from breaking". In this poem, Dickinson expresses her earnest desire to help someone out of their misery.
1K views · Feb 13, 2022 poemotopia.com
Listen to Emily Dickinson's poem "In a Library". This poem is about the timelessness of old books and the importance of the greatest source of knowledge, a library. Dickinson expresses her love for the antique writers as well.
6K views · Feb 13, 2022 poemotopia.com
Listen to Emily Dickinson's poem "In Vain," also known as "I cannot live with You." Dickinson talks about the other aspect of desire; how "love" is not the only thing enough to sustain life. Her poetic persona explains her reasoning to her lover with a heavy heart about why they cannot be together despite being in love.