One crown that no one seeks
And yet the highest head
Its isolation coveted
Its stigma deified

While Pontius Pilate lives
In whatsoever hell
That coronation pierces him
He recollects it well.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem One crown that no one seeks

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