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Hiawatha's Childhood

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Downward through the evening twilight,
In the days that are forgotten,
In the unremembered ages,
From the full moon fell Nokomis,
Fell the beautiful Nokomis,
She a wife, but not a mother.
She was sporting with her women,
Swinging in a swing of grape-vines,
When her rival the rejected,
Full of jealousy and hatred,
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Colleen Courtney 12 May 2014
Such a story told! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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