Judgment is justest

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Judgment is justest by Emily Dickinson
1671

Judgment is justest
When the Judged,
His action laid away,
Divested is of every Disk
But his sincerity.

Honor is then the safest hue
In a posthumous Sun —
Not any color will endure
That scrutiny can burn.


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