Excerpt from The Light Feel of Goats: Poems
He whom a dream hath possessed knoweth no more of doubting, For mist and the blowing of winds and the mouth ing of words he scorns; Not the sinuous speech of schools he hears, but a knightly shouting, And never comes darkness down, yet he greeteth a million morns.
He Whom a dream hath possessed knoweth no more of roaming; All roads and the ﬂowing of waves and the speediest ﬂight he knows, But Wherever his feet are set, his soul is forever homing, And going, he comes, and coming he heareth a call and goes.
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