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James Elroy Flecker (Джеймс Элрой Флеккер)

From Grenoble

Now have I seen, in Graisivaudan's vale,
The fruits that dangle and the vines that trail,
The poplars standing up in bright blue air,
The silver turmoil of the broad Isère
And sheer pale cliffs that wait through Earth's long noon
Till the round Sun be colder than the Moon.

Mine be the ancient song of Travellers:
I hate this glittering land where nothing stirs:
I would go back, for I would see again
Mountains less vast, a less abundant plain,
The Northern Cliffs clean-swept with driven foam,
And the rose-garden of my gracious home.

James Elroy Flecker's other poems:
  1. Fountains
  2. Sirmio
  3. The Second Sonnet of Bathrolaire
  4. November Eves
  5. The Ballad of Hampstead Heath

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