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We love the things we love for what they are

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Text 14 Hyla Brook
Last line expresses the central idea and feeling “We love the things we love for what they are.” The stream is not a romantic, poetic stream but it’s described with fond accuracy, with all its peculiarities – the little frogs sounding “like ghost of sleigh bells in a ghost of snow”

It disappears completely in summer – then it’s only a stream to those who remember it - but again its dry state is described with loving care (7-11) “a faded paper sheet of dead leaves” and the jewelweed “blown upon and bent”, even going against the stream’s normal direction when it has water.

Familiar nature loved for what it is.

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