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Henry David Thoreau - Low-Anchored Cloud

Low-anchored cloud,
Newfoundland air,
Fountain-head and source of rivers,
Dew-cloth, dream-drapery,
And napkin spread by fays;
Drifting meadow of the air,
Where bloom the daisied banks and violets,
And in whose fenny labyrinth
The bittern booms and heron wades;
Spirit of lakes and seas and rivers,
Bear only perfumes and the scent
Of healing herbs to just men's fields!

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Poet: Henry David Thoreau
Poem: Low-Anchored Cloud
Poem of the Day: Dec 5 2008

Comment 2 of 2, added on July 19th, 2014 at 6:13 AM.
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ARFNN8 A big thank you for your blog post.Thanks Again. Fantastic.

crorkservice from Trinidad and Tobago, Republic
Comment 1 of 2, added on October 13th, 2004 at 5:40 PM.

this poem is also called 'mist'...i wonder why there are two names??

Gerri from United States

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