"There is a solitude of space A solitude of sea. A solitude of death, but these Society shall be Compared with that profounder site That polar privacy A soul admitted to itself- Finite infinity." - Emily Dickinson (1830-86)
(From BIANCHI, MARTHA DICKINSON, 1866-1943,
& DICKINSON, EMILY, 1830-1886. (1914).
The Single Hound: Poems of a Lifetime.
Little, Brown, and Co., p28)