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I come from the city of Boston,
The home of the bean and the cod,
The right of the police of Boston to affiliate has always been questioned, never granted, is now prohibited.... There is no right ...
Give me the islands of the upper air,
all mountains
and the towering mountain trees.
I mount the steps and ring the bell, turning
Wearily, as one would turn to nod good-bye to Rochefoucauld,
...
What care though rival cities soar
Along the stormy coast,
...
I do not speak with any fondness but the language of coolest history, when I say that Boston commands attention as the town which ...
Here among the mountains the pinions of thought should be strong, and one should see the errors of men from a calmer height of lov ...
Tragedy is always a mistake; and the loneliness of the deepest thinker, the widest lover, ceases to be pathetic to us so soon as t ...
Boston is not a small New York, as they say a child is not a small adult but is, rather, a specially organized small creature with ...
We bank over Boston. I am safe. I put on my hat.
I am almost someone going home. The story has ended.
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