Roy Campbell

(1901 - 1957 / Durban, Colony of Natal (now in South Africa))

Roy Campbell Poems

1. Autumn 9/3/2016
2. The Zebras 9/3/2016
3. The Serf 9/3/2016
4. Mass at Dawn 9/3/2016
5. Christ in Uniform 9/3/2016
6. The Georgiad 9/3/2016
7. The Flaming Terrapin 9/3/2016
8. Love in a Hut 9/3/2016
9. The Zulu Girl 9/3/2016
10. Horses On The Camargue 1/23/2015

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Horses On The Camargue

In the grey wastes of dread,
The haunt of shattered gulls where nothing moves
But in a shroud of silence like the dead,
I heard a sudden harmony of hooves,
And, turning, saw afar
A hundred snowy horses unconfined,
The silver runaways of Neptune's car
Racing, spray-curled, like waves before the wind.
Sons of the Mistral, fleet
As him with whose strong gusts they love to flee,
Who shod the flying thunders on their feet
And plumed them with the snortings of the sea;
Theirs is no earthly breed
Who only haunts the verges of the earth
And only on the sea's ...

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