The Court is far away —
No Umpire — have I —
My Sovereign is offended —
To gain his grace — I’d die!

I’ll seek his royal feet —
I’ll say — Remember — King —
Thou shalt — thyself — one day — a Child —
Implore a larger — thing —

That Empire — is of Czars —
As small — they say — as I —
Grant me — that day — the royalty —
To intercede — for Thee —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Court is far away

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