Bivouac on a Mountain-Side (Poem by Walter Whitman)

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Bivouac on a Mountain-Side
By Walter Whitman

I see before me now a travelling army halting;
Below, a fertile valley spread, with barns, and the orchards of summer;
Behind, the terraced sides of a mountain, abrupt in places, rising high;
Broken with rocks, with clinging cedars, with tall shapes, dingily seen;
The numerous camp-fires scattered near and far, some away up on the mountain;
The shadowy forms of men and horses, looming, large-sized, flickering;
And over all, the sky — the sky! far, far out of reach, studded with the eternal stars.

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