Whirl up, sea—  
Whirl your pointed pines.    
Splash your great pines
On our rocks.   
Hurl your green over us—              
Cover us with your pools of fir.

— Hilda Doolittle (H. D.), from HD Selected Poems

All poems, art, and photos are public domain, creative commons, or used by permission of author or publisher. New Directions,1988. Photo by Jean François, via Flickr.
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