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A Night In The North
Have you ever spent a night in the North 'neath the
limbs of the sheltering pines,
When the silence stabs at your pounding heart and the
sounds play tricks with your mind?
Have you watched the shadows steal through the woods
fusing darkness to the ground?
Have you jumped at the snap of a breaking limb wondering
what had caused the sound?
Have you ever seen a friendly moon dip its fingers
in a stream
And dye the sparkling waters with its golden-yellow
Have you ever gazed at a billion stars in a sea of
The Great Chief Tecumseh
Chief of the Shawnee;
Where do your naked bones
Rest `neath the soil?
Where is the hiding place
That your brave remnants grace?
Where is this hallowed place
Near the Thames' flow?