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A ripple of ground still shows the line where
Here where two fields shared a common boundary
There were stones here once and woodchuck burrows,
and rested its vines on the barbed wire fence
in the wave of the ground but a few wild roses,
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A ripple of ground still show the line where
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|Original Citation|| |
Poetry 60 (July 1942) 201.
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Originally published as "The Fence Row"
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