Excerpt from Rudder, Rod and Gun: Poems of Nature
Give me life, unfettered, free, In wood and field, on land and sea, On surging river, bounding main, On mountains high, on grassy plain; There let me go, rejoiced, content In wilderness to strike my tent. Where nature revels on its throne, Untrammeled reigns, supreme, alone, There let me rove, exultant, free, My soul attuned in harmony To what so grandly, what so proud, In accents sweet, in voicings loud, Speaks volumes to my yearning soul, And beacons me to freedom's goal.
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