Thomas Lovell Beddoes (1803-1818 / England)
Song On The Water.
As mad sexton's bell, tolling
For earth's loveliest daughter
Night's dumbness breaks rolling
So our boat breaks the water
As her look the dream troubles
Of her tearful-eyed lover,
So our sails in the bubbles
Are mirrored, and hover
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