Great-enough both accepts and subdues; the great frame takes
From the greatness of their element they all take beauty.
Gulls; and the dingy freightship lurching south in the eye of a
The airplane dipping over the hill; hawks hovering
The white grass of the headland; cormorants roosting upon the
Whitened skerries; pelicans awind; sea-slime
Shining at night in the wave-stir like drowned men's lanterns;
A cargo to land; or the old Point Pinos lighthouse
Lawfully winking over dark water; the flight of the twilight
Lonely wings and a cry; or with motor-vibrations
That hum in the rock like a new storm-tone of the ocean's to
turn eyes westward
The navy's new-bought Zeppelin going by in the twilight,
Far out seaward; relative only to the evening star and the ocean
It slides into a cloud over Point Lobos.