A Clock Stopped
Time Poems

Poem by Emily Dickinson

Clock Stopped - Time Poems - Emily Dickinson

A Clock stopped-
Not the Mantel's-
Geneva's farthest skill
Can't put the puppet bowing-
That just now dangled still-

An awe came on the Trinket!
The Figures hunched, with pain-
Then quivered out of Decimals-
Into Degreeless Noon-

It will not stir for Doctors-
This Pendulum of snow-
This Shopman importunes it-
While cool-concernless No-

Nods from the Gilded pointers-
Nods from the Seconds slim-
Decades of Arrogance between
The Dial life-
And Him-
Poem By Emily Dickinson


The hours of folly are
measured by the clock,
but of wisdom no clock can measure.
- Quote by William Blake

The clock has stopped
in the dark.
- Quote by T.S. Eliot

Blow the dust off the clock.
Your watches are behind the times.
Throw open the heavy curtains
which are so dear to you-
you do not even suspect that the
day has already dawned outside.
- Quote by Alexander Solzehnitsyn


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