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The Wet Litany Analysis



Author: Poetry of Rudyard Kipling Type: Poetry Views: 350

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When the waters' countenance

Blurs 'twixt glance and second glance;

When our tattered smokes forerun

Ashen 'neath a silvered sun;

When the curtain of the haze

Shuts upon our helpless ways--

Hear the Channel Fleet at sea:

Libera nos Domine!



When the engines' bated pulse

Scarcely thrills the nosing hulls;

When the wash along the side

Sounds, a-sudden, magnified;

When the intolerable blast

Marks each blindfold minute passed;



When the fog-buoy's squattering flight

Guides us 'through the haggard night;

When the warning bugle blows;

When the lettered doorway's close;

When our brittle townships press,

Impotent, on emptiness;



When the unseen leadsmen lean

Questioning a deep unseen;

When their lessened count they tell

To a bridge invisible;

When the hid and perilous

Cliffs return our cry to us;



When the treble thickness spread

Swallows up our next-ahead;

When her sirens frightened whine

Shows her sheering out of line;

When--her passage undiscerned--

We must turn where she has turned,

Hear the Channel Fleet at sea:

Libera nos Domine!





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