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Shells From The Coast Mistaking
MS (8.4.1929 / Marton, Lancashire)

Shells From The Coast Mistaking

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Shells from the Coast mistaking—
I cherished them for All—
Happening in After Ages
To entertain a Pearl—

Wherefore so late—I murmured—
My need of Thee—be done—
Therefore—the Pearl responded—
My Period begin

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A wizard i think is like the perfect poem...i do think its out there, or will be out there but it won't be delivered to anybodys doorstep, nor will it be embraced by anyone who does not believe that it exists...and the space from the point of the hat, michael...that is the insight of that poem moving from the paper to the mind of the one who has been seeking out perfection...extaordinary write, michael...i do believe i saw a glint of open light flash over my pc whilst musing on this piece...but do i dare ask...or just know and wait at the halfway mark...''''''''''' FRANK
A wizard i think is like the perfect poem...i do think its out there, or will be out there but it won't be delivered to anybodys doorstep, nor will it be embraced by anyone who does not believe that it exists...and the space from the point of the hat, michael...that is the insight of that poem moving from the paper to the mind of the one who has been seeking out perfection...extaordinary write, michael...i do believe i saw a glint of open light flash over my pc whilst musing on this piece...but do i dare ask...or just know and wait at the halfway mark...''''''''''' FRANK
How can one write a poem both whimsical and wise? Ask a wizard. Good one, Michael. Raynette
I have a good friend who is a Wizard, but I don't think you wear a pointy hat, do you Michael? What a charming write, which makes me want to look again at everyone I meet....Are you the Wizard, Are you the Wizard? I have a question.