The irresponsive silence of the land, The irresponsive sounding of the sea, Speak both one message of one sense to me: — Aloof, aloof, we stand aloof, so stand Thou too aloof bound with the flawless band Of inner solitude; we bind not thee; But who from thy self—chain shall set thee free? What heart shall touch thy heart? what hand thy hand?— And I am sometimes proud and sometimes meek, And sometimes I remember days of ...
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- Editor’s Note
Issue 31: Yellowstone’s wolves, the strangest plant, and an even more beautiful creation. /
- Yes, Wolves Change Rivers. And So Much More.
The changes at Yellowstone aren’t just an elegant recipe for ecological balance. /
- The Strangest Plant in the World
I’m one of the few botanists studying Hydnora triceps. Here’s why I dig it. /
- An Earth More Beautiful than Beautiful
What will this stuff look like, I wonder, when God restores it? /
- Wonder on the Web
Wonder on the Web Issue 31: Links to amazing stuff. /
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