The Poetry Corner

My Beauty's Home.

By Lennox Amott

My beauty lives in a cottage grey by a gentle river's mouth, A cottage grey by the lone sea-shore away in the sunny south, Her eye's as fair, oh fairer, than the moonlight o'er the sea, And I love to look in my darling's face as she sits and sings to me. I'm as happy as a monarch as she lingers at my side, As we watch the far horizon of the ever-tossing tide, While the cool refreshing zephyr bears her tresses in its train, Now starting into motion and now slumbering again. She trips beside the waters on the distant yellow sand While holy vespers steal across the ocean and the land, And the sea bears the reflection of the worlds that roll above And every breath of even seems to whisper but of love. Oh what to me is Glory, what is Power, what is Pride! I care not for this bauble with my loved one at my side. I want no other beauty than the beauty of her face, What brighter vision is there than her comeliness and grace!