Easter Poetry dedicated to Emily Dickinson



There seems a different place

Ever quiet from all despair

A sun that shines immortal

A night that is so fair

Forgetting all razzled minuets

Forgetting all earthly cares

There is a silent spring

Flowing water and fresh air

Brilliant are the florals

The cottage on the way

Where the hare eats tarots

In the beauty of noonday

Hearing a squirrel chatter

The cat just lays in vain

There is a distant place

Come where peace remains

Come friend beholding

A place called kingdom come.





©2016 Bonnie Jennings Easter Poems

Remembering Emily Dickinson

All Rights Reserved

8 thoughts on “Easter Poetry dedicated to Emily Dickinson

Thanking all lovely thoughts today

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