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NO-MAN'S WOOD, by            
First Line: Shall I have jealous thoughts to nurse
Last Line: Clean through the heart of no-man's wood.
Alternate Author Name(s): Davies, W. H.
Subject(s): Environment; Forests; Trees; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation; Woods


Shall I have jealous thoughts to nurse,
When I behold a rich man's house?
Not though his windows, thick as stars,
Number the days in every year;
I, with one window for each month,
Am rich in four or five to spare.

But when I count his shrubberies,
His fountains there, and clumps of trees,
Over the palings of his park
I leap with my primeval blood;
Down wild ravines to Ocean's rocks,
Clean through the heart of No-man's Wood.





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