All things are current found

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All things are current found
by Henry David Thoreau

All things are current found
On earthly ground,
Spirits and elements
Have their descents.
 
Night and day, year on year,
High and low, far and near,
These are our own aspects,
These are our own regrets.
 
Ye gods of the shore,
Who abide evermore,
I see you far headland,
Stretching on either hand;
 
I hear the sweet evening sounds
From your undecaying grounds;
Cheat me no more with time,
Take me to your clime.

This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.