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Best Famous Chickadee Poems

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Written by John Berryman | Create an image from this poem

Dream Song 116: Through the forest followed Henry made his silky way

 Through the forest, followed, Henry made his silky way,
No chickadee was troubled, small moss smiled 
on his swift passage.
But there were those ahead when at midday they met in a clearing and lookt at each other awhile.
To kill was not the message.
He only could go with them—odds? 20 to one-and-a-half; pointless.
Besides, palaver with the High Chief might advance THE CAUSE.
Undoubtedly down they sat and they did talk and one did balk & stuck but one did stalk a creation of new laws.
He smoked the pipe of peace—the sceen? tepees, wigwams, papooses, buffalo hides, a high fire— with everyone, even that abnormally scrubbed & powerful one, shivering with power, held together with wires, his worst enemy.