Excerpt from Rhymes and Rhythms and Arabian Nights' Entertainments
Here forlorn sunsets Hare and fade On desolate sea and lonely sand, Out of the silence and the shade What is the voice of strange com mand Calling you still, as friend calls friend With love that cannot brook ... delay, To rise and follow the ways that Wend Over the hills and far away?
Hark in the city, street on street A roaring reach of death and life, Of vortices that clash and fleet And ruin in appointed strife, Hark to it calling, calling clear, Calling until you cannot stay From dearer things than your own most dear Over the hills and far away.
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