Monthly Archives: May 2011

Sonnets by John Masefield

Sonnet XLII Over the church door they moved a stone, And there, unguessed, forgotten, mortared up, Lay the priest’s cell where he had lived alone. There was his ashy hearth, his drinking cup, There was the window whence he saw … Continue reading

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“Truth” by John Masefield

“Man with his burning soul Has but an hour of breath To build a ship of truth In which his soul may sail- Sail on the sea of death, For death takes toll Of beauty, courage, youth Of all but … Continue reading

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