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Poem by Edward Dowden


The Wanderer


I cast my anchor nowhere (the waves whirled
  My anchor from me); East and West are one
To me; against no winds are my sails furled;
 --Merely my planet anchors to the Sun.



Edward Dowden


Edward Dowden's other poems:
  1. In the Galleries
  2. On the Heights
  3. A Childs Noonday Sleep
  4. In the Cathedral
  5. La Révélation par le Désert


Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Thomas Hardy The Wanderer ("There is nobody on the road")
  • Henry Dobson The Wanderer ("Love comes back to his vacant dwelling")
  • Alan Seeger The Wanderer ("TO SEE the clouds his spirit yearned toward so")
  • Sara Teasdale The Wanderer ("I SAW the sunset-colored sands")

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