Poem of the day

The Pole Star
by George Leveson-Gower (1858-1951)

All moonless is the night of that bright day
Which gave her birth;
Through sorrow’s night how can I find my way
O’er this dark earth?

Though pathless be the world and winds be loud,
One silver star
Gleams steadfast through the rack of driving cloud:
—There memories are.

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