‘Tis little I — could care for Pearls

‘Tis little I — could care for Pearls —
Who own the ample sea —
Or Brooches — when the Emperor —
With Rubies — pelteth me —

Or Gold — who am the Prince of Mines —
Or Diamonds — when have I
A Diadem to fit a Dom —
Continual upon me —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem ‘Tis little I — could care for Pearls

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