Ina Coolbrith


[John Muir]


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considered: which is, that the te[underlined: ac]her’s occupation is never gone, and he therefore need have no fear of being discharged! My time is up, and I’ve given you absolutely nothing, - have nothing to give! No note of song to sing you, No single flower to fling you, — But these, O, happy wanderer, you will not mind, nor miss; Since forest-land and meadow Aare yours, with sun and shadow, With bird-song, brook-song, breath of flowers, and all that in them is! Ina [ Cootfrith?] 00725


[place unknown]

Date Original

[ca. 1876]


Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 13.5 cm.

Resource Identifier


File Identifier

Reel 03, Image 0473

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Page 2


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