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Clovernook Or Recollections of Our Neighborhood in the West

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Since the day the white sheet was wrapped about her mother's coffin, she has been used to the silence and the darkness, and is not afraid. Why should the wind startle her ? Perhaps she fears the coming of some simple but kind- hearted neighbor, who will repeat the old story — how wrong it is to grieve, and how much better off* are the dead. Idle, idle ! she knows it all ; but for that knowledge did one mourner ever weep the less 1 She does not fear that it is aunt Jane, for her condolence is no...t obtrusive ; she does not say, how much greater God's wisdom is than ours, and how rebellious it is to question or mourn over his providence. True, she talks of the divine goodness, of the pleasant sunshine, of the pure cold water, und the warm genial fire — of all the blessings that are in the world — and with her own hands brings them near, so near that the young orphan sees them and feels them, and rises up strengthened to go about her household cares, and give her soul to peace. Aunt Jane is one of the true comforters.

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