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First Line: Here in the moonlit sea
Last Line: Like apprehension's baffling destiny.
Alternate Author Name(s): Blunden, Edmund
Subject(s): Japan; Sea; Japanese; Ocean


HERE in the moonlit sea,
While swift we fly, while tranced we gaze,
The fishers wind their ancient ways:
Now like sea-lilies loom their luring sails,
Or heaven's envoys walking fountained vales;
And now by one deflection dark,
Like waiting vultures of the night
Each pirate blackness skulks, a murderous mark
Begotten by a thing of light,
Like apprehension's baffling destiny.





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