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Bliss Carman (william) Poems

  • A More Ancient Mariner
    The swarthy bee is a buccaneer,
    A burly velveted rover,
    Who loves the booming wind in his ear
    As he sails the seas of clover. ...
  • In A Garden
    Thought is a garden wide and old
    For airy creatures to explore,
    Where grow the great fantastic flowers
    With truth for honey at the core. ...
  • The Mote
    Two shapes of august bearing, seraph tall,
    Of indolent imperturbable regard,
    Stood in the Tavern door to drink. As the first
    Lifted his glass to let the warm light melt ...
  • The Ships Of St. John
    Smile, you inland hills and rivers!
    Flush, you mountains in the dawn!
    But my roving heart is seaward
    With the ships of gray St. John. ...
  • Outbound
    A lonely sail in the vast sea-room,
    I have put out for the port of gloom.

    The voyage is far on the trackless tide, ...
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Heart 39 Soul 36 Long 33 Good 33 Morning 31 Blue 30 Great 29 World 28 Night 28 Sea 27


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Unto a ballad I shall sing
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