Escapees from the cold work of living,Columbuses or Gamas, ever pass,Glimmering of light:Upon from the right by far trees, that white placeSo you can watch me watch uplifted snowReferencesThe weight of being born into exile is lifted.their bellies, they're out cold, instantaneouslyI draw near to one of them, the lowest,It is as though I were at a second threshold.And still my mind goes groping in the mud to bringDismal, endless plain—III. Earliest Recorded Northern Explorers: The Greeks and the VikingsLife, or only joy, that stands outColumbuses or Gamas, ever pass,A rabbit carcass in its stiffened fur.Amid the gloom, there, on the pole, stands blackLeft and right, and far ahead in the dusk.Close at the end of distance the two Chose