Irreantum

Irreantum   He stood upon the shore, he watched the rolling grey, and he called it Irreantum, Irreantum Irreae.   It lapped in swaths, in currents. It peppered cold with spray, Thralling him and calling, Irreantum Irreae.   Far off, the cold horizon surrendered first her ray, while all the time re-echoed Irreantum Irreae.  ... Continue Reading →

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photo credit: mencintaijo.wordpress.com   Return   I’m back! I’m back! Alack, alack, Alack the day I went. I wish, I wish, To fish, to fish, I fish and find I’m spent.   The world is wide And wild and wet, And full of fish like me, Who sail the seas, To seize the sights, To see... Continue Reading →

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