- Year Published: 1920
- Language: English
- Country of Origin: United States of America
- Source: Merrick, G. E. (1920). Songs of the wind on a southern shore, and other poems of florida. The Four Seas Publishing Co.
- Flesch–Kincaid Level: 7.2
- Word Count: 68
Merrick, G. (1920). “Gulfstorm Song”. Songs of the Wind on a Southern Shore, and other Poems of Florida (Lit2Go Edition). Retrieved April 17, 2014, from
Merrick, George E.. "“Gulfstorm Song”." Songs of the Wind on a Southern Shore, and other Poems of Florida. Lit2Go Edition. 1920. Web. <>. April 17, 2014.
George E. Merrick, "“Gulfstorm Song”," Songs of the Wind on a Southern Shore, and other Poems of Florida, Lit2Go Edition, (1920), accessed April 17, 2014,.
Great gulf-combers rolling:
Ghost reef-bells low tolling:—
Dark storm-sweeping roar descends around me.
Like childish arms clinging,
My thoughts now are winging,
Old faith, new abounding,
Drowns surges’ resounding;
—All—must be well if by Master design.
Through Life-storms befalling,—