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Facts in The River Merchant's Wife: A Letter

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"Too deep to clear them away..."   (Text of the Poem)

Moss, unlike ivy, doesn't take root in its substrate or upset a foundation's structural integrity. Instead, it anchors itself by way of single-celled rhizoids that cling to surfaces. Clearing it away wouldn't be a terribly difficult process, but would take some time, especially if the moss has grown as thick as the speaker suggests.

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