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Edge of the odorous cedar bark.
Edge of the odorous cypress bark.

II., 56.

Sent through the pores of the coffin plank.
Ran through, etc.

III., 12.

Between the time of the wind and the snow.
Between the term, etc. [probably accidental].

III., 50.

Dammed it up with roots knotted like watersnakes.
Dammed it with, etc.

III., 69.

At noon they were seen, at noon they were felt.
At noon they were seen & noon they were felt.1

III., 73.

Their decay and sudden flight from frost.
Their decay and sudden flight from the frost.

III., 98.

To own that death itself must be.
To think that, etc.

III., 128.

These comparisons are here carried no farther than “The Sensitive Plant,” except that there is a cancelled verse of Shelley's “Curse” against Lord Eldon for depriving him of his children — a verse so touching that I think

1 “&” perhaps written carelessly for “at.”

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