Did she have a favorite month? You'll find that information HERE.
Was she a "morning person" or a "night owl"? And did she have a favorite day of the week (at least in her poetry)? You'll find those answers below.
I scoured the online Emily Dickinson Archive to find these results -- so that you don't have to! : )
I'll start by reporting on her use of the days of the week.
Well, to be honest, the info on "which days of the week appear in the poetry of Emily Dickinson" is pretty anticlimactic -- because she only used the names of two days -- Sunday and Wednesday -- in any of her poems, and she never mentioned Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, of Saturday.
"Sunday" appears in two poems ("I never felt at home below" and "If anybody's friend be dead"), and "Wednesday" appears in three poems ("I never felt at home below," "Dew -- is the freshet in the Grass," and "We spy the Forests and the Hills").
So, since actual days don't make much difference in Dickinson's poetry, what about the time of day? First I looked at "day" versus "night," and then looked into how often she used the following words: dawn, morning, noon, afternoon, evening, twilight, dusk, and midnight.
What do think the results will show?
Did Emily Dickinson prefer the "day" -- or the "night"? Scroll below to find out!
As far as the different times of days, here are the numbers of poems these words appeared in: