Inquisition

A poem by James Rice

When death doth come,

and tide doth run,

and man become,

a sight unsung.

Thy earth is here,

thy tremble with fear,

a sailor will lear,

for thy true love dear.

And whenst the ships,

their sextants will dip,

for evil will snip,

at heartstrings just a bit.

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