Are like the wart-hogs
In the zoo
It's hard to say
Why there should be such creatures
But once our life gets into them
As sometimes happens
Turn into living things
And there's no arguing
With living things
The way they are
May be rough
They have inside them
A confluence of cries
And secret languages
And always The are improvident And free They keep A ...
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- Editor’s Note
Issue 36: What smells so good, the other First Thanksgiving, and birds that gather to remember. /
- Oh, How He Smells Us
Sniff and see that the Lord is good. /
- The First Thanksgiving We Don’t Remember
Bad fortune, divine chastisement, and mercy after the Pilgrims feasted with the Wampanoag. /
- Bird Brained
You know you can’t fly. But they may have you beat on memory, too. /
- Wonder on the Web
Issue 36: Links to amazing stuff.
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