Emily Dickinson’s poem entitled “I felt a Funeral, in my Brain” is directed towards a death in the speaker’s life. This death could have been a romantic love that had left him or her behind. It seems that they go through a type of struggle that is sort of bound to them.
The first line of the poem is “I felt a Funeral, in my Brain.” This is the title of the piece
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out of his or her life forever, but not out of their mind and soul, because the memories that they once shared will live on.
Emily Dickinson was a wonderful American poet and it was unfortunate that a lot of her work was not discovered until later on. This piece is a wonderful example of her work. I feel that this represents a kind of struggle that everyone goes through when they lose someone special.