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We had made about fifty miles this day with sail and oar, and now, far in the evening, our boat was grating against the bulrushes ...
The wind came briskly up this way,
Crisping the brook beside the road;
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The dog-wood breaks white
The pear-tree has caught
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The crude commercialism of America, its materialising spirit, its indifference to the poetical side of things, and its lack of ima ...
Every wild apple shrub excites our expectation thus, somewhat as every wild child. It is, perhaps, a prince in disguise. What a le ...
Then bowed down the highest tree
unto his mother's hand;
Then she cried, "See, Joseph,
I have cherries at command."
That when she essayed
To drink lemonade,
She slipped through the straw and fell in.
For many years I was self-appointed inspector of snow-storms and rain-storms, and did my duty faithfully; surveyor, if not of high ...
The cultivated apple tree was first introduced into this country by the earliest settlers, and is thought to do as well or better ...
Here on this rugged and woody hillside has grown an apple tree, not planted by man, no relic of a former orchard, but a natural gr ...
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