This spring brings wonderful gifts, not only the gifts of nature but new beginnings in my life, a new house and a new academic commitment. As I was browsing through my books I came across ‘Final Harvest’ by Emily Dickinson, a book of poems I hadn’t opened in a while. I was struck by the eloquence of Ms. Dickinson’s pithy vocabulary and unique rhetoric through syntax and style. This poem resonated with me and decided it was worth resurrecting with my blog.
If something makes sense to you then do it if it feels right. Your endeavors will always come back to you no matter how long it takes, when the time is right it will happen. That is what I’m taking away from this time in my life and in essence this poem reflects these feelings for me and with succinct splendor.