The Old HuntsmanAll night the flares go up; the Dragon singsAnd beats upon the dark with furious wings;And, stung to rage by his own darting fires,Reaches with grappling coils from town to town;He lusts to break the loveliness of spires,And hurls their martyred music toppling down.Yet, though the slain are homeless as the breeze,Vocal are they, like storm-bewilder'd seas.Their faces are the fair, unshrouded night,And planets are their eyes, their ageless dreams.Tenderly stooping earthward from their height,They wander in the dusk with chanting streams,And they are dawn-lit trees, with arms up-flung,To hail the burning heavens they left unsung.
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