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We Own the Forests

And Other Poems (Series B)
  • 144 Pages
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Norvik Press
Works by individual poets: from c 1900 -, Poetry, Norwegian, Continental European, Norwegian Poetry, Translations into En
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8649812M
ISBN 101870041615
ISBN 139781870041614

We Own the Forests book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Hans Borli's verse portrays his experiences of the Norwegian fore /5.

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In a series of books beginning inhe wrote more than eleven hundred poems. They form a poetic record of a life reminiscent in We Own the Forests book, if not in form, of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass.

While his work is characteristically related to his Hedmark habitat and personal experience, a number of Hans Børli's poems show that he is by no means remote from the varied human experiences of his times. We Own the Forests and Other Poems by Hans Borli,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(21).

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Hans Borli () was born and lived in the wooded country of Hedmark in south eastern Norway. His days seem to have been divided into two separate parts: by day, he lived the physically demanding life of a lumberjack, but by night, he turned poet and spent the still, dark hours writing.

His days, however, were an enactment of his poetry. Borli's verse is alive with his experiences of the. Hans Borli's verse portrays his experiences of the Norwegian forests - with the moods of sky and water, with the creatures that moved in air and woodland, and with the trees themselves.

But, a number of his poems also show that he is, by no means, remote from the varied human experiences of his times.

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We’re lost because we are not questioning enough or we’re not listening enough. When we do this, we cannot see the forest for the trees. Worse our own emotions may be our biggest obstacle to finding our way out of a lost situation. Our clouded emotions cause us to no longer see the bigger picture and we lose our perspective.The forest we keep, keeps us.

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We have walked for many days. The forest has no end, and we seek no end.