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The wilderness is near as well as dear to every man. Even the oldest villages are indebted to the border of wild wood which surrou ...
It is hard going to the door
cut so small in the wall where
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The dog-wood breaks white
The pear-tree has caught
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The women were the meanest: they had truly gone wild. It is because they were the first to know that there was no food to cook, th ...
The poet's, commonly, is not a logger's path, but a woodman's. The logger and pioneer have preceded him, like John the Baptist; ea ...
This afternoon's experience suggested to me how base or coarse are the motives which commonly carry men into the wilderness. The e ...
This burnt land was an exceedingly wild and desolate region. Judging by the weeds and sprouts, it appeared to have been burnt abou ...
Wild honey smells of freedom
The dust--of sunlight
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I come into the peace of wild things
who do not tax their lives with forethought
of grief.
Wild Nights--Wild Nights!
Were I with thee
Wild Nights should be
Our luxury!
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