Mabel Osgood Wright Quotes

Mabel Osgood Wright Quotes: what is life worth if one has nothing to give away? This lack, it seems to me, must be the sharpest pang of poverty.
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Mabel Osgood Wright Quote: Why is it that so many people think that charity consists in giving away merely what they cannot use instead of the article the recipient needs?
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Quotes about Mabel Osgood Wright: Why has no one written a November rhapsody with plenty of lilt and swing? The poets who are moved at all by this month seem only stirred to lamentation, giving us year end and 'melancholy days' remarks, thereby showing that theory is stronger than observation among the rhyming brotherhood, or else that they have chronic indigestion and no gardens to stimulate them.
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Quote about Mabel Osgood Wright: I have always noticed that when people consider others eccentric, it is because they are reveling in some form of enjoyment that their critics can neither compass nor share ...
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Mabel Osgood Wright Sayings: the various earth odors all have a separate tale to tell, and the leaf mold of the woods bears a wholly different fragrance from that of the soil under pasture turf, or the breath that the garden gives off in great sighs of relief when it is relaxed and refreshed by a summer shower.
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Mabel Osgood Wright Saying: Nature, when undisturbed, is never monotonous, you know. Even when using green, the most frequent color on her palette, she throws in contrasting tints by way of expression, and you will seldom see two sides of a leaf of the same hue, and the leaf stem frequently gives a good dash of bronze or purple.
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