Who Has Seen the WindBook - 1972
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People were forever born; people forever died, and never were again. Fathers died and sons were born; the prairie was forever, with its wind whispering through the long and endless silence. Winter came and spring and fall, then summer and winter again; the sun rose and set again, and everything that was once, was again - forever and forever. But for man, the prairie whispered - never - never.
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