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Sometimes A Warm Rain Falls

By Pierre V. Comtois

Copyright 2012 by Pierre V. Comtois

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The Merrimack River, broad and placid, flows down to (Lowell) from the New Hampshire hills, broken at the falls to make frothy havoc on the rocks, foaming on over ancient stone towards a place where the river suddenly swings about in a wide and peaceful basin, moving on now around the flank of the town, on to places known as Lawrence and Haverhill, through a wooded valley, and on to the sea at Plum Island, where the river enters an infinity of waters and is gone.

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