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Sequoia, By Leonard Nathan

July 19, 1998

In the middle of the ancient woods

leaves browse on the sun like gods,

roots tongue the dark below--

who needs words? I find myself

debating silence, and losing again.

From "Wild Song: Poems of the Natural World," edited by John Daniel (University of Georgia Press: 130 pp., $14.95)

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