Are you nobody, too?
~ Emily Dickinson
(1830 – 1886)
“I’m Nobody! Who are you?” was the very first Emily Dickinson poem I can remember reading – I was in elementary school and I found it in an old tattered paperback of Dickinson poems on a shelf at my grandmother’s house. It was first published in 1891 and has gone on to be one of her most popular and enduring poems. Read all eight lines of this short poem here. Drawing (charcoal on paper), stitching (sewing into paper is harder than I thought it would be!), and composition by me.
This one is excellent… 😛
Thanks for sharing and best wishes to you. Aquileana 😀
Thank you – it’s my pleasure! Same to you – thank you for visiting.
I think this was the very first poem I memorized as a child. Thanks for this. And cool stitching!
Me too! After I found it the book of her poems, I decided to commit it to memory. Thank you!
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