“Year Off, A“


“Year Off, A“
   Poem (44 lines in quatrains); written on July 24, 1925. First published in BWS HPL imagines voyaging to various exotic lands, but then decides that his imaginative journey was sufficient and that he need not actually travel anywhere. The poem was written for a Blue Pencil Club meeting in which amateurs were asked to prepare literary contributions on a stated theme.

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