Whispering Emily

Whispering Emily

by Garrett Buhl Robinson
Whispering Emily

Whispering Emily

by Garrett Buhl Robinson


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Ms. Emily Dickinson was an intrepid, impassioned and absolutely committed artist. With little hope of reaching the public, she devoted herself to her art while knowingly and willingly sacrificing her life without any sense of social fulfillment so she could develop her mind and refine her skills in accordance with her own individual artistic vision.

Through her dedication, her determination and her genius, Ms. Emily Dickinson is truly one of the epoch making poets in the history of civilization. She presents the attentive reader with completely new ways to see the world. The incandescence, presence and astounding sublimity of her marvelous perspectives remain novel, insightful and inspirational. Her words still awaken the world.

As a poet, I know Ms. Dickinson does not need any help from me. However, I will be the first to admit that I have needed help from her. The resolve, persistence and courage she showed through her life and her work have provided instruction and encouragement for my commitment to my own artistic aims. This book is my meager attempt to express my appreciation and gratitude for her magnificent art, her dauntless spirit and her luminous life.

Garrett Buhl Robinson

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781957116006
Publisher: Poet in the Park
Publication date: 12/10/2022
Pages: 98
Product dimensions: 4.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author

Garrett Buhl Robinson is a poet living in New York City. Originally from Alabama, he has lived at numerous places across the United States while studying intensely, writing prolifically and supporting himself with odd jobs. In 2011, he moved to New York City with the intent to find a publisher. Unable to reach anyone, he began selling his books on the streets in 2012. He has since established his own publishing company - Poet in the Park.
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