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Ascent To The Sierras

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Beyond the great valley an odd instinctive rising
Begins to possess the ground, the flatness gathers
to little humps and
barrows, low aimless ridges,
A sudden violence of rock crowns them. The crowded
orchards end, they
have come to a stone knife;
The farms are finished; the sudden foot of the
slerra. Hill over hill,
snow-ridge beyond mountain gather
The blue air of their height about them.
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COMMENTS
Charity Nduhiu 11 December 2014
Very beautiful poem.keep up Jeffers.
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Taylor Graham 02 November 2009
Not up to his usual excellence.
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