Fame of Myself, to justify,
All other Plaudit be
Superfluous — An Incense
Beyond Necessity —

Fame of Myself to lack — Although
My Name be else Supreme —
This were an Honor honorless —
A futile Diadem —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Fame of Myself, to justify,

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