The Clover’s simple Fame
Remembered of the Cow —
Is better than enameled Realms
Of notability.
Renown perceives itself
And that degrades the Flower —
The Daisy that has looked behind
Has compromised its power —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Clover’s simple Fame

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