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Gilbert White

(18 July 1720 – 26 June 1793 / Hampshire, England)

On the Dark, Still, Dry Warm Weather


Th'imprison'd winds slumber within their caves
Fast bound: the fickle vane, emblem of change,
Wavers no more, long-settling to a point.
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