What Does Emily Dickinson Success Is Counted Sweetest Mean?

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Emily Dickson's poems are known as 'Success is counted sweetest' and they basically mean that people tend to appreciate what they can hardly get. Apparently one realises the things that he has gone through and appreciates his or her efforts that have gotten him where he is.
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