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Quotation by Edwin Markham
Sprung from the West, He drank the valorous youth of a new world. The strength of virgin forests braced his mind, The hush of spacious prairies stilled his soul. His words were oaks in acorns; and his thoughts Were roots that firmly gript the granite truth.
Edwin Markham (1852–1940), U.S. poet. Lincoln, the Man of the People (l. 30–35). . .
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