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A Creed Analysis



Author: Poetry of John Masefield Type: Poetry Views: 202

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I HOLD that when a person dies
His soul returns again to earth;
Arrayed in some new flesh-disguise
Another mother gives him birth.
With sturdier limbs and brighter brain
The old soul takes the road again.

Such is my own belief and trust;
This hand, this hand that holds the pen,
Has many a hundred times been dust
And turned, as dust, to dust again;
These eyes of mine have blinked and shown
In Thebes, in Troy, in Babylon.

All that I rightly think or do,
Or make, or spoil, or bless, or blast,
Is curse or blessing justly due
For sloth or effort in the past.
My life's a statement of the sum
Of vice indulged, or overcome.

I know that in my lives to be
My sorry heart will ache and burn,
And worship, unavailingly,
The woman whom I used to spurn,
And shake to see another have
The love I spurned, the love she gave.

And I shall know, in angry words,
In gibes, and mocks, and many a tear,
A carrion flock of homing-birds,
The gibes and scorns I uttered here.
The brave word that I failed to speak
Will brand me dastard on the cheek.

And as I wander on the roads
I shall be helped and healed and blessed;
Dear words shall cheer and be as goads
To urge to heights before unguessed.
My road shall be the road I made;
All that I gave shall be repaid.

So shall I fight, so shall I tread,
In this long war beneath the stars;
So shall a glory wreathe my head,
So shall I faint and show the scars,
Until this case, this clogging mould,
Be smithied all to kingly gold.

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I exhaled as I read your bueatiful words, woven into a bueatiful tapestry of a simple truth: notice what you notice without worrying a nano about what it means. That's something I've been focusing on lately. Thank you for the elegant reinforcement. It's bueatiful. And resonant. And true. x x

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I love that your kids acted it out with Playmobil! I tried to act it out for real when I was little, but my borther wouldn't play and two wasn't really enough anyway. Apparently my aunts and their friends acted it out when they were little.Just one point Wraggle-Taggle Gypsies isn't by Alison Moyet; it's a traditional ballad.

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest


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Karen, this is spell-binding, enthralling, it pulls me right into it with each word, with the plenemact of each word. It calls me.And I feel this place so fully. I noticed it yesterday. That when I sink into the place that is all eyes and lens and hands managing the camera, when I least see what is around me except what is before my lens, when my focus is the flow of only the photo, that's when it happens. That's when my heart unlocks all those feelings that have been percolating, curing while I've kept my mind busy. That's when they are no longer contained and they bubble up to my mind where they burst into rainbows of words that later find their way from fingertip to the world wide waves .There's something in this process that is so slippery, so elusive .that these words that I ultimately share out to the world are a mere glimmer of the full symphony that played in the click of the shutter. Not all is remembered, few of those preciously juicy words remain by the time I can set them down. And somehow that is exactly how it is meant to be.That's what I noticed about noticing yesterday. Thank you for asking.Hugs and butterflies,~Teresa~ x x

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest


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Thank you, Wendell! Yes, of course you can use any ptiruce of your liking on your blog with your poems if you wish to do that. I would feel honoured if you would. If the larger images are not the right size, just let me know and I will send you another size by e-mail.Have a wonderful weekend!Ciao, Francina

| Posted on 2013-11-11 | by a guest


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The "full poem" is actually a book; I am about to sell my copy on eBay.It's the bprgoaihy of a sailing ship called "Wanderer". Pages 1-13 are text, 14-24 a poem "The Setting Forth", 25-77 a voyage-by-voyage account, 78-119 vrious poems about her. There are 16 photographs, some of paintings.At the end of her ninth voyage, at anchor off Cuxhaven, she was run down and sunk by a steamer, "Gertrude Woermann".Tell me what lines you seek ?Robin_B dot clay at btinternet dot com

| Posted on 2013-11-10 | by a guest




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