Billy Collins Quote: “Emily Dickinson never developed. She remained…”

Emily Dickinson never developed. She remained loyal to her persona and to that same little metrical song that stood her in such good stead. She is a striking example of complexity within a simple package. Her rhymes are like bows on the package.

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Name: Billy Collins
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: March 22, 1941
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Maya Angelou Ralph Waldo Emerson Edgar Allan Poe Walt Whitman Robert Frost T. S. Eliot Emily Dickinson e. e. cummings

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