Henry Meade Bland

(1863-1931)

Moods


The wind and the night and the stormy sea,
And I am one with the mighty three!
For the storm in my brain is sighing ever;
And the dark of the night goes on forever;
And the sea of my dream is surgeless never;-
The wind and the night and the stormy sea,
And I am one with the mighty three.

The calm and the night and the starlit sea,
And I am one with the timeless three!
For I travel the night with never a chart;
Of the sea my soul is a changeless part;
And the calm is deep in my quiet heart; -
The night and the calm and the starlit sea,
And I am one with the timeless three.

Submitted: Friday, October 15, 2010

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