Poet: Ezra Pound
Poem: The Summons
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1400–50; late ME, var. of browder, ME broide ( n ), browde ( n ) (ptp., taken as inf. of braid 1 ) + -er6 The poet speaks of a border of time.
And in the glory of our meeting
Shall the power be reborn.
And together in the midst of this power
Must we, each outstriving each,
"I come, go thou yet further."
And again, "Follow,"
For we may not tarry. The poet speaks of equal love.
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