All Items 1 Collection 2 Archives & Special Collections 1 Emily Dickinson Collection 1 Contributor 2 Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 1 Todd, Mabel Loomis, 1856-1932 1 Topic 3 American poetry 1 Archives 1 Women poets, American 1 Part Of 1 Emily Dickinson Collection 1 Genre 2 Poems 1 Transcriptions (documents) 1 mods.identifier 3 Franklin # 335 1 Johnson # 353 1 Johnson # 514 1 Transcription of Emily Dickinson's "Her smile was shaped like other smiles" Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 A typed transcription of Emily Dickinson's poem "Her smile was shaped like other smiles." A line of asterisks separates two stanzas; the stanza below the asterisks begins with the line "A happy lip breaks sudden." The transcription is part of the collection of transcriptions of Dickinson's poems produced by Mabel Loomis Todd for publication in a volume edited by her. Most transcriptions are in Todd’s own hand; some are typed, and some were transcribed by other individuals. Editor's marks, alternate wording, and notes are written in pencil on the transcript. Transcription of Emily Dickinson's "Her smile was shaped like other smiles"