Friday, May 13, 2016
It's hardly surprising to learn that Emily Dickinson was a master gardener. And oh, to take a stroll through her garden! But I have to believe that ED would have created revolutionary poetry in teeming Manhattan or ashy London or bohemian San Francisco or even on a remote lonely outpost on Mars. All she required was her brilliant mind, her discerning eye, her musical ear, and the glorious medium of the English language.