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posted by Rebecca Sherman alias BeautifulRust on Tuesday 25th of May 2010 08:12:21 PM
TO taste Wild wine of the mountain-spring, fresh, living, strong, Running and rushing like a triumph-song Round hearts new-braced: To smell 5 A growing cowslip, some glad morn of Spring, And breathe the breath of every fragrant thing From every bell: To touch A sliding wavelet, supple, smooth and thin,— 10 Just ere the pois’d and perfect crests begin To bend too much: To hear Amid May twilight, by the murmuring sea, Some blackbird warbling from a budded tree, 15 Tender and clear: To see Down young rose-petals how the deepening light Glides gradually, till, somewhere out of sight, What light must be!— 20 O Thou, intense Rapture of Beauty! All-pervading Lord! Is not this worship? So art Thou ador’d By every sense! -- Blanche Edith Baughan. 125. Five Prayers. Walter Murdoch (1874–1970). The Oxford Book of Australasian Verse. 1918.
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