At Rest with Walt Whitman
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An easy letterbox celebrating another Camden poet. Not quite as well known as his neighbor across the pond but well worth a read. As always with letterboxes, the stamp is part of the cache, not a trade item, please leave with the box. Limited edition artist prints included for the first 10 or so visitors since I know geocachers don't usually carry ink pads (hip waders and rope ladders maybe...).
I lie with my brother in pen,
waiting to be discovered again.
Although my style was Haiku,
I shall use this poem to guide you.
I rest where others eternally lay
in a testament to time known as Harleigh.
Search for my compatriot and you will find me
near a monument of stone engraved with a lily.
Look high, look low and use this rhyme
to find my cache left in the vines.
Please treat this area with the proper respect when visiting.
Oruvaq cvar gerr, hc naq evtug bs zbahzrag.