His Mind like Fabrics of the East
Displayed to the despair
Of everyone but here and there
An humble Purchaser —
For though his price was not of Gold —
More arduous there is —
That one should comprehend the worth
Was all the price there was —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem His Mind like Fabrics of the East

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