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WALT WHITMAN'S WAY.

The little girl, bright-eyed, fair, Mary*named Making me think of the fresh fields, the flowers, and-apring, - Possessed solely, by herself, m her own right, a blithe, frisk-rejoicing little he-goat. White was its hide, white as mow or m son* Bhine, or my fair girl's arms, white aa the sea foam when the wind ohurns it uglily. And to what part soever of the corners of in* finitely, far-spreading, all-povering univerae Mary adjourned her fair, long, straight lower legi There followed the little, flea-bitten, snow* . white he- v goat, omnipresent, übiquitous, infinite m his everywhereneu.

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WALT WHITMAN'S WAY., Ashburton Guardian, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888

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WALT WHITMAN'S WAY. Ashburton Guardian, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888

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