ALONG the shore, along the shore I see the wavelets meeting: But thee I see--ah, never more, For all my wild heart's beating. The little wavelets come and go, The tide of life ebbs to and fro, Advancing and retreating: But from the shore, the steadfast shore, The sea is parted never: And mine I hold thee evermore, Forever and forever. Along the shore, along the shore I hear the waves resounding, But thou wilt cross them nevermore For all my wild heart's bounding: The moon comes out above the tide And quiets all the billows wide Her pathway bright surrounding: Thus on the shore, the dreary shore, I walk with weak endeavor: I have thy love's light evermore, Forever and forever.
Dinah Maria Craik’s other poems:
Poems of other poets with the same name (Стихотворения других поэтов с таким же названием):
Poetry In English недавно публиковал (посмотреть все)