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Underwater eyes, an eel's
Oil of water body, neither fish nor beast is the otter:
he will lick
The fishbone bare. And can take stolen hold
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The Indian from time to time pointed out to us where he had thus crept along day after day when he was a boy of ten, and in a star ...
The Indian said that he had got his money by hunting, mostly high up the West Branch of the Penobscot, and toward the head of the ...
Yes, take it all around, there is quite a good deal of information in the book. I regret this very much; but really it could not b ...
I sat on cushioned otter-skin:
My word was law from Ith to Emain,
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The heart beats thick,
Big trout muscle out of the dead cold;
So the self under the eye lies,
Attendant and withdrawn.
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