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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Letters and Journals of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Chapter 2: the Worcester period (search)
also told me of a little girl who said snow was popped rain, which I think inimitable. April, 1862 Since that Letter to a young Contributor I have more wonderful effusions than ever sent me to read with request for advice, which is hard to give ... One begins: Summer is come Winter is gone On! the brier And prickly thorn and ends: My little home Is safe and sound And I'm a tiller of the ground Worcester, October, 1860 ... It so happens that we have just had a visit from Edwin Morton, Gerrit Smith's private tutor, who went to Europe at the time of John Brown. The wicked flea, whom no man pursueth, Judge Russell satirically termed him: but he is a very cultivated and refined person and had that career among English literati which seems to be cheaply open to all young Yankees. A letter without date describes Colonel Higginson's first meeting with Anne Whitney, the poet and sculptor: Here I am in a farmhouse in the loveliest, greenest region of Watertown, on a