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    II.

    The Sbbr></abbr>un came up upon the right,

    Out of the Sea came he;

    And broad as a weft upon the left

    Went dow>?</a>n into the Sea.

    And the good south wind still blew behind,

    But no sweet Bird did follow

    Ne any day for food or play

    Came to the Marineres hollo!

    And I had done an hellish thing

    And it would work em woe:

    For all averrd, I had killd the Bird

    That made the Breeze to blow.

    Ne dim ne red, like Gods own head,

    The glorious Sun uprist:

    Then all averrd, I had killd the Bird

    That brought the fog and mist.

    Twas right, said they, such birds to slay

    That bring the fog and mist.

    The breezes blew, the white foam ?ew,

    The furrow followd free:

    We were the ?rst that ever burst

    Into that silent Sea.

    Down dropt the breeze, the Sails dropt down,

    Twas sad as sad could be

    And we did speak only to break

    The silence of the Sea.

    All in a hot and copper sky

    The bloody sun at noon,

    Right up above the mast did stand,

    No bigger than the moon.

    Day after day, day after day,

    We stue breath ion,

    As idle as a painted Ship

    Upon a painted O.

    Water, water, every where

    And all the boards did shrink;

    Water, water, every where,

    Ne any drop to drink.

    The<u></u> very deeps did rot: O Christ!

    That ever this should be!

    Yea, slimy things did crawl with legs

    Upon the slimy Sea.

    About, about, in reel and rout

    The Death-?res dancd at night;

    The water, like a witchs oils,

    Burnt green and blue and white.

    And some in dreams assured were

    Of the Spirit that plagued us so:

    hom deep he had followd us

    From the Land o<cite>..</cite>f Mist and Snow.

    And every tohro utter drouth

    Was witherd at the root;

    We could not speak no more than if

    We had been choked with soot.

    Ah wel-a-day! what evil looks

    Had I fr<mark>.</mark>om old and young;

    Instead of the Cross the Albatross

    About my neck was hung.

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