Dante Alighieri
Florence / Italy
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Ulysses' Last Voyage

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I launched her with my small remaining band
and, putting out to sea, we set the main
on that lone ship and said farewell to land.

Far to starboard rose the coast of Spain,
astern was Sardi, Islas at our bow,
and soon we saw Morocco port abeam.

Though I and comrades now were old and slow,
we hauled till nightfall for the narrow sound
where Hercules had shown what not to do,
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Manonton Dalan 09 January 2016
sailors having fun from horizon to horizon
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Ratnakar Mandlik 09 January 2016
Superb soliloquy in the form of a meaningful poem. Thanks for sharing.
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