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Song of the Wave, and Other Poems

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"Song of the Wave, and Other Poems" by George Cabot Lodge is a collection of beautifully crafted poems that explore themes of nature, love, and the passage of time. Lodge's poetic language is rich and evocative, drawing the reader in with vivid imagery and lyrical phrasing.

The title poem, "Song of the Wave," is a standout piece that captivates with its imagery of the ocean's rhythmic ebb and flow. Lodge's depiction of the powerful yet soothing nature of the wave is both mesmerizing and contemplative.

Throughout the collection, Lodge showcases his talent for crafting poems that resonate on a deep emotional level. His exploration of love and loss is poignant and moving, with each poem delivering a powerful emotional punch.

Overall, "Song of the Wave, and Other Poems" is a beautifully curated collection that showcases Lodge's skill as a poet. Fans of lyrical and evocative poetry will find much to admire in this collection. Highly recommended for poetry lovers looking for a thought-provoking and emotionally resonant read.

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This is an 1898 volume of poetry by American poet George Cabot Lodge. Its title-poem refers to the Sea, and the Sea does seem to be the main character of this book, making its appearance in many of the poems throughout the first part of the volume. The second part of the book is a collection of 40 sonnets on more varied topics. - Summary by Carolin

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