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August Analysis



Author: Poetry of Mary Oliver Type: Poetry Views: 264

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American Primitive1983When the blackberries hang

swollen in the woods, in the brambles

nobody owns, I spendall day among the high

branches, reaching

my ripped arms, thinkingof nothing, cramming

the black honey of summer

into my mouth; all day my bodyaccepts what it is. In the dark

creeks that run by there is

this thick paw of my life darting amongthe black bells, the leaves; there is

this happy tongue.






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