Where can you find the poem that begins Into what magic eyes?
It seems the 4th word is "eves", not eyes. There's a brief
mention of it in the journal "Theosophy in India" Nos 1-12 1916 by
Iqbal Narayan et al. Into what magic eves, what glorious
Grey storm-swept wastes and wide homeric seas,
Sail those great minds with noble hearts afire --
Sailing to find the undiscovered lands
Where truth and love and beauty are enthroned.
F.K. Not sure who F.K. was. It's unlikely to be Franz Kafka, Frank Kellogg, or Francis Scott Key??
To find the theme in a poem, if you are a first timer in this thing, just read and sing the poem from the first to the last line for once, whatever happens. Whatever is retained in your heart is the theme of that poem. If nothing is retained in human language, just throw it away, at least for the time being. It is not the poem for you to read, or you are not…