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WINTER; THE JERSEY COAST, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Along the river's level sheet of ice
Last Line: Loom hostelries whose summer guests have flown.
Subject(s): New Jersey; Seashore; Winter; Beach; Coast; Shore


ALONG the river's level sheet of ice
Gray sea-gulls gather, lift, and light again;
Shining and hard with solid glaze of sleet
Lie marsh and meadow; here and there a bird,
Deceived by three days' sunshine, pecks in vain
For sustenance, or droops on icy bough.
And blank with boarded window, by the shore,
Mid dreary waste of rime-encrusted dune
Loom hostelries whose summer guests have flown.





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