One’s Place Upon The Earth | By David James Duncan | Issue 531 | The Sun Magazine
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One’s Place Upon The Earth

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There is wonder, vision, and joy in David James Duncan’s poetic witness of the pair of salmon who made it back to their home stream [“One’s Place upon the Earth,” Dog-Eared Page, March 2020]. I cried, picturing being there with Duncan, watching them as he vividly felt the presence of wild nature.

Barbara Janeway Laguna Woods, California
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