A Poem From Transatlantic Poem by Jean Toomer

A Poem From Transatlantic

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Stretch sea
Stretch away sea and land
We are following thee
Thy lead is dangerous
And glorius
Stretch thyself and us
And make us live
To mount the ladder of horizons
Until we step upon the radiant plateau.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
M Asim Nehal 14 January 2016

To mount the ladder of horizons Until we step upon the radiant plateau.

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Gajanan Mishra 24 May 2013

mounting the ladder of horizons, good poem really.

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Kevin Patrick 24 May 2013

It conveys the romance of traveling to a new world of adventure, the mystery beyoned the unknowing, short and sweet

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