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© 2017 by Sandra Flitcroft.   All rights reserved.

The poet Emily Dickinson spent her life in the same house, for many years leaving it only at night to tend to her beloved garden, particularly night-flowering lilies.  From her 30s she wore only white dresses. She wrote several poems about night-time.

Slow—Night—that must be watched away—
As Grains upon a shore—
Too imperceptible to note—
Till it be night—no more—

Emily Dickinson

£30.00Price
  • Original mixed media painting (graphite pencil, water-soluble crayons and acrylic paint) on canvas measuring 25 x 35cm. Postage within the U.K. will be £9.00.