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Croft had an instinctive knowledge of land, sensed the stresses and torsions that had first erupted it, the abrasions of wind and ...
Oh when to apprize
Is to mesmerize,
To see fall down, the Column of Gold,
Into the commonest ash.
Now the nightingale, the pretty nightingale,
The sweetest singer in all the forest's choir,
...
so for your arrogance
and your ruthlessness
...
Is it sweet
to possess utterly?
or is it bitter,
bitter as ash?
Arise,
lest I bend an ash-tree
into a taut bow,
and slay and tear
all the roots from the earth.
The narcissus has copied the arch
of your slight breast:
...
Thoth, Hermes, the stylus,
the palette, the pen, the quill endure,
...
On Thursday morning
going through the quiet woods
...
For it's home, dearie, home--it's home I want to be.
Our topsails are hoisted, and we'll away to sea.
...
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