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What Have You Lost? Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 14: pages 152-160 Summary

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Section 14: pages 152-160 Summary

In "Ghazal (For William Stafford)" by David Keefe, the author will follow his master and become a morning poet in the soft quiet, listening to the world and all its questions. Though the road ahead embraces him, he can still be lost in his own life.

In Jane Hirshfield's "Autumn Quince," the promises that are never returned to are sad, leading lives of their own.

In "Cannon Beach" by Susan V. Meyers, the author pauses and listens for what she thinks she should hear in the ocean beating against the sand. It stands beside her like it has been waiting to be found all this time.

In "Christmas" by Lan Se, the author worries about everything that might go wrong, but he asks why a mature man should bear such heavy burdens on his shoulders.

In "Avalanche" by David B. Prather, the snow...

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