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The birch stripped of its bark, or the charred stump where a tree has been burned down to be made into a canoe,--these are the onl ...
The river ... banks were seven or eight feet high, and densely covered with white and black spruce,--which, I think, must be the c ...
The canoe and yellow birch, beech, maple, and elm are Saxon and Norman, but the spruce and fir, and pines generally, are Indian.
I did not know the exact route myself, but steered by the lay of the land, as I do in Boston, and I tried to enter into conversati ...
The birch begins to crack its outer sheath
Of baby green and show the white beneath....
One can think of life after the fish is in the canoe.
Like a canoe route across the great lake on whose shore
One is left trapped, grumbling not so much at bad luck as
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If the family were a container, it would be a nest, an enduring nest, loosely woven, expansive, and open. If the family were a fru ...
When Mr. Apollinax visited the United States
His laughter tinkled among the teacups.
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Highbury bore me. Richmond and Kew
Undid me. By Richmond I raised my knees
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