Flood Poem by James Joyce

Flood

Rating: 2.7


Goldbrown upon the sated flood
The rockvine clusters lift and sway;
Vast wings above the lambent waters brood
Of sullen day.

A waste of waters ruthlessly
Sways and uplifts its weedy mane
Where brooding day stares down upon the sea
In dull disdain.

Uplift and sway, O golden vine,
Your clustered fruits to love's full flood,
Lambent and vast and ruthless as is thine
Incertitude!

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Edward Kofi Louis 11 May 2017

To love's full flood! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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A sullen day, dull disdain, love's full flood. A poem that sways with the vast wings of flooded emotion.

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Tom Allport 11 May 2017

a poem that sways and moves vegetation in an uncertain dance? ................nicely penned

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Bernard F. Asuncion 11 May 2017

Golden vine...... thanks for posting....

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cockmaster 69 23 March 2020

succ on my thicc hard cocc feel it in ur moms when i slam her when u sleep

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cockmaster 69 23 March 2020

this poem is very incomplete and is full of grammar mistakes so it is noob eat my eat my

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The CHAMPION 13 November 2017

Cisco your ass Dismemberment kuddje

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Ratnakar Mandlik 11 May 2017

Clustered fruits of love's full flood. Nice conceptualization.

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Pudejesowu Pudejesowu 11 May 2017

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