Real Riches (Poem by Emily Dickinson)

Emily Dickinson

Real Riches
By Emily Dickinson


'T is 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 I see
A diadem to fit a dome
    Continual crowning me.

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