Students can read poetry, specifically Emily Dickinson's "Franklin" poem and analyze it and it's literary elements together in groups.

Hope is the thing with feathers. this poem always reminds me of my grandmother, Carolene, who instilled in me a love of words and a love of orange tic-tacs.

Emily Dickinson - If I can stop one heart from breaking....

This is one of my favorite Emily Dickinson poems. It's beautiful, inspiring, and truthful. Just wonderful. Emily Dickinson Poem If I can stop one heart by Riverwaystudios

I sit before flowers Hoping they will train Me in the art of opening Up. I stand on mountain tops Believing that avalanches Will teach me to let go. I know nothing But I am here To learn. - Shane Koyczan

I sit before flowers Hoping they will train Me in the art of opening Up. I stand on mountain tops Believing that avalanches Will teach me to let go. I know nothing But I am here To learn.

I have been bent and broken, but I hope into a better shape. ~ Emily Dickinson

The quote is from Charles Dickens' Great Expectations: "Suffering has been stronger than all other teaching, and has taught me to understand what your heart used to be. I have been bent and broken, but - I hope - into a better shape.

Because I Could Not Stop For Death by Emily Dickinson. Heard this as part of the sermon today. This sums it up for me rather well.

when I was in high school I wrote a poem inspired by this one I may have been a dark child

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