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Create a chart that shows the water content of different objects mentioned in the poem, such as the human body, trees, clouds, and air. Explain the scientific principles that allow the objects on your chart to keep their separate identities without dissolving into puddles.

This poem specifically mentions Sag Harbor as a place where people go when they want to look out at water and imagine the world. Identify a place near where you live where people go to reflect, such as a body of water, a forest, an airfield, or a tall building. Write a poem about what you think an ordinary person might ponder there.

Bell makes a distinction between “justice” and “a momentary view of justice.” Using examples from books and the Internet, write an extended definition, several paragraphs in length, that explains the complexity of the abstract concept of justice.

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