Hello all

My family had an old book of poems that contained one which I memorized back in the 1970s, and it began with the words - "The wild green world spins round and round in unrelenting haste. It's frosty pate and ice-capped crown and equatorial girdle bound ..." this is all I remember from the poem and I have tried to google it but found nothing resembling it. The book contained poems such as "Daffodils" and "I must go down to the sea again" and I thought it was published by Pegasus but not sure. Has anyone heard of this poem? I'd be grateful for any help finding the words and the author. Thanks.