Inez Isabel Maud Peacocke

(31 January 1881 - 1973 / Devonport, Auckland)

Inez Isabel Maud Peacocke Poems

1. The Happy Islands 1/1/2004
Best Poem of Inez Isabel Maud Peacocke

The Happy Islands

O FAR away, and far away,
The Happy Islands lie;
In bluer seas of calm than these,
Beneath a bluer sky.

The sea, a shining girdle, winds
Round cliff and cape and bay,
With flash and gleam, and there they dream,
O far and far away!

Upon a rim of sapphire sea,
As some sweet girl might lean
Her breast of snow, my Islands glow,
All exquisite and green.

The cliffs like shining ramparts rise,
The golden beaches gleam;
And thro' the hills sing silver rills,
And ...

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