Here you will find the Poem At Issue of poet Dante Gabriel Rossetti
THAT voice I hear,?how heard I cannot tell,? Although my home is this, seems from my home: There? still it trails along and murmurs ?Come?; Like the slow death of sound within a bell, Or like the humming whine in some pink shell Wet with the brittle beadage of the foam Which bird?eyed damsels stoop for when they roam By the old sea. Were't not exceeding well To shake my soul out of this tiresome life For a call any?whence and any?whither? That voice knows all the life I have or had, And mocks me not,?it's whisper is too sad. Even to attain calm sorrow lures me thither, Since here this search for joy wearies like strife.