Isaac McLellan Poems
- The Ocean Morn on the Summer Sea- the breaking light Is ...
- Wild Horse Of The Prairies For other scenes their lights ...
- The Ocean Yacht Race A noble sight is this, I ween, Fair ...
- New England's Dead New England's dead! New England's ...
- The Haunted Wood I ofttimes come to this lonely place, And ...
- Wildcat Amid the wildernesses vast That gird the ...
- Tiger Hunting in India with El... We cross'd a brawling ...
Isaac McLellan (21 May 1806-20 August 1899) was an author and poet, some of whose work has achieved notability by republication in anthologies.
Isaac McLellan was born on 21 May, 1806 in Portland, Maine, the home town of his life-long friends, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Nathaniel Parker Willis.
In early life, his father, Isaac McLellan, moved to Boston, where for many years he was a prominent merchant, distinguished for his integrity and success in business.Willis' parents also moved to Boston, and Willis and McLellan were schooled together at Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts. McLellan went on to Bowdoin College, where he was in the next class to Longfellow,... more »
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Morn on the Summer Sea- the breaking light
Is trembling on the mountain's misty height,
And upland lea- and on the distant glen-
And o'er the waters- far from haunts of men.
How faint and sweet from yonder secret dell,
Swells o'er the wave the early village bell,
Borne with the sounds of tinkling herds- and hark!
O'er the blue hills, the music of the lark
Rings clearly from the silver clouds that rest,
Like a bright Crown, above the mountain-crest.
O! green and happy land! whose headlands grey,
Are, in the distance, melting fast away;
Ye peaceful ...