One of the genus Calamus, used for wicker-work, seats of chairs, &c.
Calamus, also derived from the Greek, means a reed or reed-like plant.
Sin-skuskba, which some Ponkas said was the calamus, is now very rare.
It resembles sweet-flag (Calamus) and has been mistaken for it.
Walt was thirty-six when Leaves appeared; forty-one when Calamus was written.
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