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Lucy Larcom Quote: “Whatever with the past has gone, the best is always yet to come.”

Whatever with the past has gone, the best is always yet to come.

— Lucy Larcom



Lucy Larcom Quote: “Every true friend is a glimpse of God.”

Every true friend is a glimpse of God.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “A drop of water, if it could write out its own history, would explain the universe to us.”

A drop of water, if it could write out its own history, would explain the universe to us.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “He who plants a tree, plants a hope.”

He who plants a tree, plants a hope.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “Many kinds of fruit grow upon the tree of life, but none so sweet as friendship; as with the orange tree its blossoms and fruit appear at the same time, full of refreshment for sense and for soul.”

Many kinds of fruit grow upon the tree of life, but none so sweet as friendship; as with the orange tree its blossoms and fruit appear at the same time, full of refreshment for sense and for soul.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “I defied the machinery to make me its slave. Its incessant discords could not drown the music of my thoughts if I would let them fly high enough.”

I defied the machinery to make me its slave. Its incessant discords could not drown the music of my thoughts if I would let them fly high enough.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “Let us not depreciate Earth. There is no atom in it but is alive and astir in the all-penetrating splendor of God. From the infinitesimal to the infinite, everything is striving to express the thought of His Presence with which it overflows.”

Let us not depreciate Earth. There is no atom in it but is alive and astir in the all-penetrating splendor of God. From the infinitesimal to the infinite, everything is striving to express the thought of His Presence with which it overflows.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “Like a plant that starts up in showers and sunshine and does not know which has best helped it to grow, it is difficult to say whether the hard things or the pleasant things did me the most good.”

Like a plant that starts up in showers and sunshine and does not know which has best helped it to grow, it is difficult to say whether the hard things or the pleasant things did me the most good.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “Everything in nature has its own intrinsic charm, as the work of its Creator’s hand; but the chief beauty of the whole lies in its suggested relations to humanity. Things announce and wait for persons. The house would not have been thus beautifully built and furnished, except for an expected tenant.”

Everything in nature has its own intrinsic charm, as the work of its Creator’s hand; but the chief beauty of the whole lies in its suggested relations to humanity. Things announce and wait for persons. The house would not have been thus beautifully built and furnished, except for an expected tenant.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “A man may make a misanthrope of himself, but he is never one by nature.”

A man may make a misanthrope of himself, but he is never one by nature.

— Lucy Larcom



Lucy Larcom Quote: “If the world seems cold to you, kindle fires to warm it.”

If the world seems cold to you, kindle fires to warm it.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “I don’t own an inch of land, but all I see is mine.”

I don’t own an inch of land, but all I see is mine.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “No one can feel more gratefully the charm of noble scenery, or the refreshment of escape into the unspoiled solitudes of nature, than the laborer at some close in-door employment.”

No one can feel more gratefully the charm of noble scenery, or the refreshment of escape into the unspoiled solitudes of nature, than the laborer at some close in-door employment.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “If the world’s a veil of tears, Smile till rainbows span it.”

If the world’s a veil of tears, Smile till rainbows span it.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “Every phase of our life belongs to us. The moon does not, except in appearance, lose her first thin, luminous curve, nor her silvery crescent, in rounding to her full. The woman is still both child and girl, in the completeness of womanly character.”

Every phase of our life belongs to us. The moon does not, except in appearance, lose her first thin, luminous curve, nor her silvery crescent, in rounding to her full. The woman is still both child and girl, in the completeness of womanly character.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “Labor, in itself, is neither elevating or otherwise. It is the laborer’s privilege to ennoble his work by the aim with which he undertakes it, and by the enthusiasm and faithfulness he puts into it.”

Labor, in itself, is neither elevating or otherwise. It is the laborer’s privilege to ennoble his work by the aim with which he undertakes it, and by the enthusiasm and faithfulness he puts into it.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “From the first opening of our eyes, it is the light that attracts us. We clutch aimlessly with our baby fingers at the gossamer-motes in the sunbeam, and we die reaching out after an ineffable blending of earthly and heavenly beauty which we shall never fully comprehend.”

From the first opening of our eyes, it is the light that attracts us. We clutch aimlessly with our baby fingers at the gossamer-motes in the sunbeam, and we die reaching out after an ineffable blending of earthly and heavenly beauty which we shall never fully comprehend.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “Whoever claims to understand another person completely, is either entirely ignorant of himself, or else has a nature so small that he can measure it easily, and supposes it to be the standard of every other nature.”

Whoever claims to understand another person completely, is either entirely ignorant of himself, or else has a nature so small that he can measure it easily, and supposes it to be the standard of every other nature.

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “The whole world of thought lay unexplored before me, – a world of which I had already caught large and tempting glimpses...”

The whole world of thought lay unexplored before me, – a world of which I had already caught large and tempting glimpses...

— Lucy Larcom


Lucy Larcom Quote: “To different minds, poetry may present different phases. To me, the reverent faith of the people I lived among, and their faithful everyday living, was poetry; blossoms and trees and blue shies were poetry. God himself was poetry.”

To different minds, poetry may present different phases. To me, the reverent faith of the people I lived among, and their faithful everyday living, was poetry; blossoms and trees and blue shies were poetry. God himself was poetry.

— Lucy Larcom


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