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The White Ships And The Red

Rating: 3.1

(For Alden March)

With drooping sail and pennant
That never a wind may reach,
They float in sunless waters
Beside a sunless beach.
Their mighty masts and funnels
Are white as driven snow,
And with a pallid radiance
Their ghostly bulwarks glow.

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Aprile Kohler 11 October 2020

What ship is Joyce speaking of in this poem?

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