Who Court obtain within Himself
Sees every Man a King —
And Poverty of Monarchy
Is an interior thing —

No Man depose
Whom Fate Ordain —
And Who can add a Crown
To Him who doth continual
Conspire against His Own

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Who Court obtain within Himself

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