Poem of the Month / The PACK Admires For St. Valentine: JILTED. Emily Dickinson. Posted by Joseph Spece on February 13, 2016  To this World she returned. But with a tinge of that— A Compound manner, As a Sod Espoused a Violet, That chiefer to the Skies Than to Himself, allied, Dwelt hesitating, half of Dust, And half of Day, the Bride. —Emily Dickinson Like this:Like Loading... Related Post navigation ← For St. Valentine: JILTED. Stéphane Mallarmé. Announcing: An OAV Vacancy → About Joseph Spece 'Here, Faustus, try thy brains to gain a deity.' View all posts by Joseph Spece → Comments are closed.