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An End Of Travel Post by :skytiger33 Category :Poems Author :Robert Louis Stevenson Date :November 2010 Read :1286

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An End Of Travel

LET now your soul in this substantial world
Some anchor strike. Be here the body moored; -
This spectacle immutably from now
The picture in your eye; and when time strikes,
And the green scene goes on the instant blind -
The ultimate helpers, where your horse to-day
Conveyed you dreaming, bear your body dead.


Vailima





(The end)
Robert Louis Stevenson's poem: End Of Travel

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