Turning All Emily Dickinson’s Poems Into One-Liners

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The Emily Dickinson Reader turns every Dickinson poem into a one-liner. Poem 134 becomes: “Hope is kind of like birds. In that I don’t have any.”

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Turning All Emily Dickinson’s Poems Into One-Liners