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Other side of the river

Edgar Snow

Other side of the river

Red China today.

by Edgar Snow

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The Other Side of the River poem by Robert Dana. HalfIrish halfItalian. A Gemini.. Page. The other side of the river, my old friend, wicked competitor, of first grade boys barely as big as their book bags, past our maple, past the lilacs, loud for their bus.5/5.


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