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It appears that I saw about a dozen plants which had accompanied man as far into the woods as Chesuncook, and had naturalized them ...
Making a logging-road in the Maine woods is called "swamping" it, and they who do the work are called "swampers." I now perceived ...
a big picture of K. Marx with an axe,
"Where I cut off one it will never grow again."
Bulldozed by Luther and Weyerhaeuser
Crosscut and chainsaw
so you and I must wait
Until the next blaze
coneseed waits for fire
And then thin forests of silver-grey.
in the void
a pine cone falls
Each dawn is clear
Cold air bites the throat.
But it's hard to farm
Between the stumps:
Pa-ta Shan-jen
(A painter who watched Ming fall)
Again the ancient, meaningless
Abstractions of the educated mind.
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