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Song Of The Pilgrims, The

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(Halted around the fire by night, after moon-set, they sing this beneath the trees.)

What light of unremembered skies
Hast thou relumed within our eyes,
Thou whom we seek, whom we shall find? . . .
A certain odour on the wind,
Thy hidden face beyond the west,
These things have called us; on a quest
Older than any road we trod,
More endless than desire. . . .
Far God,
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Susan Williams 09 February 2016
The suffering of the explorers, the seekers, the advance guard of the human race may very well have made them curse the spirit of adventure within them- cruel voice, that fills The soul with longing for dim hills And faint horizons!
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