Roden Berkeley Wriothesley Noel

England
Roden Berkeley Wriothesley Noel
England
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Tintagel

TINTAGEL, from thy precipice of rock,
Thou frownest back the vast Atlantic shock!
Yet purple twilight in cathedral caves,
Moulded to the similitude of waves
Tempestuous by awful hands of storm,
Along whose height the formidable form
Of some tall phantom stands on guard, huge boulders
From iron crags reft, toys of ocean shoulders,
And thine own venerable keep that yields
To slow persuasion ancient Nature wields,
Inevitably sure, forebode thy fall;
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