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Henry David Thoreau
First Snow of the Year
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Walden, or Life in the Woods
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first snow, the wind southerly, the air chilly and moist; a very fine
snow, looking like a mist toward the woods or horizon, which at 2
o'clock has not whitened the ground. The children greet it with
a shout when they come out at recess.
At evening the snow turned to rain, and the sugaring soon disappeared.
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