Those statements are all first lines from poems by Emily Dickinson, and each contains a word for a number: one, two and three.
How often did Dickinson's poems contain names of numbers? And which number -- or numbers -- appear most often?
I did the research on this so that you don't have to. : ) The results are below, and there may be a surprise or two.
Sooo...in the charts below, I've presented the information in three ways: The first chart includes data for poems with the number one; however, since that info dominates the pie chart, the second chart omits the number one. The third chart also omits Dickinson's second most frequently used number -- the number two. Click the images to enlarge.
Here are the results for "Numbers in the Poetry of Emily Dickinson":
One: 548 poems