Emily Dickinson, animated

Some time ago I wrote a post about animated textflow poems as a new way to experience poetry. Of course, poems can also be animated in the more usual sense, as in this delightful version of Emily Dickinson’s “I started Early – Took my Dog” (656), created by Maureen Selwood and read by Blair Brown. It is part of the Poetry Everywhere project on PBS.


7 thoughts on “Emily Dickinson, animated

  1. Roberta McDonnell

    Thank you for alerting me to this fabulous new way of enjoying poetry. Animation combined with the poem transports you to an almost dreamlike realm – really enjoyed it, sharing it with my family and friends. Thanks again, best wishes R.

  2. Pingback: Reading Poems Out Loud with John–Emily Dickinson Edition | The Dad Poet

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