Daily Archives: January 10, 2018

Storm – William Gay

I love not when the oily seas Heave huge and slow beneath the sun, When decks are hot, and dead the breeze, And wits are dropping one by one. But when the South wind fiercely breaks His frozen bonds and … Continue reading

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The Singer – William Gay

Nay! sing no more thy wild delusive strain (I heard them say, while I my song pursued), ‘Tis but the rage of thy delirious brain (I heard them say, yet still my song renewed): Nay! sing no more with reckless, … Continue reading

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The Crazy World – William Gay

THE WORLD did say to me, ‘My bread thou shalt not eat, I have no place for thee In house nor field nor street. ‘I have on land nor sea For thee nor home nor bread, I scarce can give … Continue reading

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