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Lime Rickey International…noise…nation. Poet James Dickey wrote “Strength of Fields” for the inauguration of Jimmy Carter in 1977. Tell me in a voice the sea          Would have, if it had not a better one: as it lifts,           Hundreds of miles away, its fumbling, deep-structured roar                Like the profound, unstoppable craving             Of nations for their wish.
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