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    Unable are the Loved to die by Emily Dickinson

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    dearjealousyx - I agree with Nam, perhaps it is common today, but back then it may have been quite an interesting and new concept. This is a beautiful poem.. In so little words, so much truth and feeling is expressed.

    17 years ago

    Nam - I don't know if the term mentioned by star is 'common' when she wrote this, it's quite certainly common today but then? I do not know, and even if it were I don't feel it really matters.

    I feel that this is not just about 'love' but about 'us' in general; that when we die we still leave a part of us behind .. we didn't really die because our 'love' is still here.

    Even before we are born we have an impression of love here and after 'we' die that impression still remains in some form or another; I feel that's what she's speaking partially about.

    A lovely piece that Dickinson has written here.

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    Daydream.Believer - Amen. This poem speaks complete truth. And though "love is immortality" is a common view among most, it is heartfelt and put into a simple, beautiful verse. It'll stick with me anyway.

    17 years ago

    - It's not very original, I mean "For Love is Immortality" isn't that

    somewhat common? Although not the most original, (and i'm quite sure I sound like a hypocrite here)the poem made some degree of sense, since for me some of Dickinson's don't. And it sounds like it really came from the heart.

    18 years ago

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    Unable are the Loved to die

    For Love is Immortality,

    Nay, it is Deity—

    Unable they that love—to die

    For Love reforms Vitality

    Into Divinity. Emily Dickinson

    Monday, January 13, 2003

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    Valentin Savin 26 May 2020

    Very nice, indeed! I like it.

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