“Driftwood” by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson


Black spars of driftwood burn to peacock falmes,

Sea-emeralds and sea-purples and sea-blues,

And all the innumerable ever-changing hues

That haunt the changeless deeps but have no names,

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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson's poem "Driftwood" was published inĀ Georgian Poetry 1918-1919. To read this poem in full in a digitized version of this publication, follow the link(s) below: