Nash, Edith / Practice the here and now: selected writings of Edith Nash
The potluck, pp. 53-54
Cranberry beds, p. 54
54proud like lions, gaggled like geese, mourned like doves, boasted like bantam roosters (Rhode Island Reds), and sang a loony tune. Cranberry Beds From all the woods and water The heavy trees, the wild prairie, Where the deer bed down Cleared land for new cranberry beds Stars and constellations are fixed The center holds and holds me in.
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