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Epipsychidion (Excerpt)

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Emily,
A ship is floating in the harbour now,
A wind is hovering o'er the mountain's brow;
There is a path on the sea's azure floor,
No keel has ever plough'd that path before;
The halcyons brood around the foamless isles;
The treacherous Ocean has forsworn its wiles;
The merry mariners are bold and free:
Say, my heart's sister, wilt thou sail with me?
Our bark is as an albatross, whose nest

Is a far Eden of the purple East;
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Desiree Henderson 24 June 2009

My first impression upon simply seeing the poem was that it was way too long to read, but after taking my time to read it i found that this is a beautiful poem!

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