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miners began to flock to the area turning it from a sleeping
outpost to a bustling center of activity.
California Gold Rush
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California Gold Rush
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Poetry is when language, which usually is our supreme tool for controlling and manipulating the world, reverses itself and becomes a listening post. It's the place where our foremost tool tries to behave like an animal . DM: I've always thought that birdwatching was similar in its mindset to the composition of poetry. That is, you are maximally attentive, waiting for the species to occur, but you can't make it happen. I can go off right now and hope to see some species of
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