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Theodore Roethke


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"Wheels Shake the Roadbed Stone, the Pistons Jerk and Shove, I Stay up Half the Night to See the Land I Love."
   are the closing lines of   
Night Journey by Theodore Roethke
1908-1963
Theodore Roethke
   wrote   
The Waking
Pulitzer Prize, 1954
The Waking
   was written by   
Theodore Roethke
Doubleday, 1954
Theodore Roethke
   wrote   
Words for the Wind
Nat'l Book Award, 1959
Theodore Roethke
   wrote   
The Far Field
"I dream of journeys repeatedly: Of flying like a bat deep into a narrowing tunnel"
Theodore Roethke
   was a   
Poet
American poet (1908-1963)






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