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FIRE AND JEWEL by Sydney Lea

Eighty-foot hemlock, spruce, fir, and pine– They kept lifting off their stumps like so many rockets, Smoke-trails and all. And I Beheld the fire cross-lake from where I drifted. I’d been pounding the water for bass when my eyes were lifted. Fifty years later, I still recall my thoughts, And how I thought that to […]

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