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The Open Sea

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From my window I can see,

Where the sandhills dip,

One far glimpse of open sea.

Just a slender slip

Curving like a crescent moon—

Yet a greater prize
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Such a great poem by Dorothea Mackellar??????

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Britte Ninad 19 May 2018

superbly said- Far and far I look—Ten miles? No, for yesterday Sure I saw the Blessed Isles Twenty worlds away.

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Regina Williams 19 May 2018

A very well written poem.

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Nudershada Cabanes 19 May 2018

A beautiful poem depicting the beauty of the sea in all its moods.

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Ruta Mohapatra 19 May 2018

A very beautiful description of the moods of the sea. So singsong, so lyrical!

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Dr Antony Theodore 29 July 2020

Curving like a crescent moon— Yet a greater prize Than the harbour garden-fair Spread beneath my eyes. What a fine description wonderful perception. Tony

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Kumarmani Mahakul 19 May 2019

Far horizons means to me— And the ships go by Framed between the empty sky......so touching and impressive. Well imaginative poem nicely executed.

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Castellenas John 19 May 2019

I enjoyed the poem. About my favorite place to be. Outstanding poetry.

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Dr Antony Theodore 19 May 2019

How the white foam tosses high On the naked shore, And the breakers’ thunder grows To a battle-roar… united with the nature you write wonderfully well. tony

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Alison mujati 19 May 2019

Good poem keep it up

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