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And midway
We meet the disappointed, returning ones, without its
How happy is the sailor's life,
From coast to coast to roam;
In every port he finds a wife,
In every land a home.
There is a power whose care
Teaches thy way along that pathless coast,--
Forced from home, and all its pleasures,
Afric's coast I left forlorn;
Swift while the woof is whole,
turn now my spirit, swift,
For she walks above earth,
along the sea-coast,
and across the salt trail
of the sea-drift.
Your cloak hides the sinner,
your cloak shields the lover,
colour of wine,
red rhododendron.
O wide rose,
open, quiver, pause
and close.
Your eyes have pardoned our faults,
your hands have touched us
What care though rival cities soar
Along the stormy coast,
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