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SPRING WATER, by            
First Line: How very distant shrills the slaughter
Last Line: And forest things grow frolicsome.
Subject(s): Water


How very distant shrills the slaughter
Of time when March hears falling water.
Obsidian pools in purple walls --
On them the falling water falls;
White sound struck out of a black drum:
And there beside the hemlock hole
A dryad dances with her soul
And forest things grow frolicsome.





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