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The man-of-war.-Bird


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A terrible storm, a ^day & night, hurricane, wretch wrec lashing the sea to fury, & wrecking ships, & strewing the land with debris & destruction—Then a sweet calm ^following morn, the dawn rosy & elastic & the flashing sunrise Then & in it the frigate bird The Frigate Bird.
  [begin leaf 1 verso] 58. Sea-drift Page 35 Walt Whitman
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