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Wilderness Songs

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Wilderness Songs by Grace H. Conkling is a beautiful collection of nature-inspired poetry that transports readers to the serene and untamed landscapes of the wilderness. Conkling's vivid imagery and descriptive language bring the natural world to life on each page, allowing readers to experience the sights, sounds, and sensations of the forest, mountains, and rivers.

The poems in this collection are both contemplative and celebratory, exploring themes of change, renewal, and the interconnectedness of all living things. Conkling's reverence for the natural world shines through in every verse, inspiring readers to appreciate and protect the beauty and wonder of the wilderness.

Overall, Wilderness Songs is a captivating and evocative read that will leave readers feeling refreshed, inspired, and connected to the world around them. Conkling's lyrical and heartfelt poetry is sure to resonate with anyone who has a love for nature and a soul that yearns for adventure.

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This second volume of verse by Grace Hazard Conkling -- American poet, author and musician -- ranges in theme from close observations of the natural world to the loss and desolation of World War I. Having taught English for 34 years at Smith College, Conkling remains honored to this day with an annual poetry residency in her name.   - Summary by Nemo


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