A Lonely Coast

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A Lonely Coast
written by William Henry Davies
From "Later Days", 1925 Link to further information




A lonely coast, where sea-gulls scream for wrecks
That never come; its desolate sides
Last visited, a hundred years ago,
By one drowned man who wandered with the tides;
There I went mad, and with those birds I screamed,
Till, waking, found 'twas only what I dreamed.

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