E. B. White’s Spring

Jenness Pond Island: 5/2/17 CC Jean Stimmell
“There is another sort of day that needs celebrating in song — that day of days when spring at last holds up her face to be kissed, deliberate and unabashed. On that day no wind blows either in the hills or in the mind, no chill finds the bone. It is a day that can come only in a northern climate, where there has been a long background of frigidity, a long deficiency of sun.”

— quote by E. B. White from “Spring”


Originally published at jeanstimmell.blogspot.com on May 5, 2017.

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