M. A. Doc Janning
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In old Atlantis I did walk
‘neath fabled domes of orichalc,
Clad in royal white and gold
a prince of land and navy bold.
Our harbor was a tri-fold ring
a wonder of which bards still sing.
The outer was the navy's port
ring'd about by mighty fort.
The second ring was mercantile,
with traders' ships at every pile.
The goods they brought, they were a wonder;
some, perhaps, were pirate's plunder.
The innermost a calm lagoon,
held pleasure barges ‘neath the moon,
and bathed the feet of palace walls
which then held Poseidon's ...