‘Setting riddles is much easier than solving them.’
… “What a strange planet. Where I come from people solve three riddles every morning before sitting down to first breakfast.”
The ‘High School’ Solution…
The clue in the poem is that the poem as a whole does not make sense. The individual lines make sense but the sense of the individual lines is not picked up by successive lines and does not follow through to the end of the poem.
Also, we may notice that two of the lines are identical.
The lines alone then are significant and as students of calligraphy will be aware initial words and especially letters are often deemed to be most important because the start of anything inevitably colours its conclusion.
The first words of each line then with letters emboldened.
Dark… About… Lost… Great… Ever… Traversing… Yonder
Back… After… Yonder.
Dalgety Bay is in Scotland, or as we prefer North Albion.
The story of our sojourn there is told in, Lands of Exile: But ‘n’ Ben.