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Pages from a Journal with Other Papers

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Author: William Hale White (Mark Rutherford)
Published: 1901
Language: English
Wordcount: 52,094 / 150 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 72.2
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 791
mnybks.net#: 6046
Origin: gutenberg.org
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endous upward rush of life is almost felt. But how silent the process is! There is no hurry for achievement, although so much has to be done--such infinite intricacy to be unfolded and made perfect. The little stream winding down the bottom turns and doubles on itself; a dead leaf falls into it, is arrested by a twig, and lies there content.


JUNE


It is a quiet, warm day in June. The wind is westerly, but there is only just enough of it to waft now and then a sound from the far-off town, or the dull, subdued thunder of cannon-firing from ships or forts distant some forty miles or more. Massive, white-bordered clouds, grey underneath, sail overhead; there was heavy rain last night, and they are lifting and breaking a little. Softly and slowly they go, and one of them, darker than the rest, has descended in a mist of rain, blotting out the ships. The surface of the water is paved curiously in green and violet, and where the light lies on it scintillates like millions of stars. The grass i

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