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What The Pine Trees Said

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What The Pine Trees Said is a beautiful collection of poetry that captures the essence of nature and the human experience. Edith M. Thomas's writing is both lyrical and profound, showcasing her deep connection to the natural world. Each poem in this collection is a meditation on life, love, and the passage of time, drawing the reader into a world of beauty and introspection.

Thomas's language is evocative and rich, painting vivid images of the forest and its inhabitants. The way she weaves together themes of growth, decay, and renewal is both mesmerizing and thought-provoking. Through her lyrical verses, she invites the reader to pause and reflect on the beauty and fragility of life.

What The Pine Trees Said is a timeless collection that will appeal to poetry lovers and nature enthusiasts alike. Thomas's ability to capture the essence of the natural world in her words is truly remarkable, making this book a poignant and memorable read.

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Edith Matilda Thomas was an American poet who "was one of the first poets to capture successfully the excitement of the modern city.


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