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Among the Trees Again

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"Among the Trees Again" by Evaleen Stein is a beautifully written collection of nature-inspired poems that transport the reader into the heart of the forest. Stein's rich descriptions and vivid imagery bring the beauty and wonder of the natural world to life on the page.

Each poem in this collection captures a different aspect of nature, from the tranquility of a quiet woodland to the majesty of a towering oak tree. Stein's deep love and appreciation for the outdoors are evident in every line, making this book a joy to read for anyone who loves nature and the outdoors.

The poems in "Among the Trees Again" are not only beautifully written but also thought-provoking, encouraging readers to slow down and appreciate the beauty of the world around them. Stein's words have a way of drawing the reader in, creating a sense of peace and connection with nature that is truly special.

Overall, "Among the Trees Again" is a delightful collection of poems that will appeal to anyone who loves nature and the outdoors. Evaleen Stein's talent for capturing the essence of the natural world shines through in every poem, making this book a must-read for nature lovers everywhere.

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This is a volume of poetry by Evaleen Stein. Special about this volume is, among other things, that many of the poems point to certain seasons and months. This volume thus refers to each part of the year. - Summary by Carolin

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