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Ode to Chrysanthemum Tea

You make my lips tingle,

Sickly sweet, and taste

Like warm fruit in the summertime,

Sun-rippened.

The juice rolls down my chin.

Your petals float around my straw, 21 more words

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A case for Bloomington

Bloomington, Benton County, Arkansas.

April 19, 1859

Editors Arkansian – After mature deliberation, I have decided to write a short article for your paper, as the “Appeal” published in my own county town, being interested, might object to the publishing of my views. 790 more words

1859

White River again

White River Again.

Once more we are launched upon this stream. And on it we are determined to take occasional trips for a long time. Like the woman who was drowned by her husband for too often repeating the words, “crack a lo-cust,” we mean to cry White River. 660 more words

1859

The beautiful and still neglected White River

The beautiful and still neglected white River.

Years ago was this known as a navigable stream. We cannot tell whether the statutes of the state ever declared it so. 824 more words

1859

Dally's Fly Fishing Report 1/17/18

Winter in the Ozarks can be a bit of a roller coaster ride up and down the thermometer. It was a comfortably mild 55 and humid one week ago. 721 more words

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Dally's Fly Fishing Report 1/11/2018

To hunt big browns on the White with big streamers, we prefer high flows. I daresay the bigger the water the better, barring muddy water out of the banks. 641 more words

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