1 He sat one morning gazing toward the sea.
2 It was a hot morning late in July when the school opened.
3 In the morning all were up and away before I thought of awaking.
4 Blithe was the morning of his burial, with bird and song and sweet-smelling flowers.
5 Surely there shall yet dawn some mighty morning to lift the Veil and set the prisoned free.
6 The Judge sat in the dining-room amid his morning's mail, and he did not ask John to sit down.
7 "Unto you a child is born," sang the bit of yellow paper that fluttered into my room one brown October morning.
8 It was about ten in the morning, bright with a faint breeze, and we jogged leisurely southward in the valley of the Flint.
9 Little Doc, the boy born since the time of my school, took me horseback down the creek next morning toward Farmer Dowell's.
10 And next morning she died in the home that her little bow-legged brother, working and saving, had bought for their widowed mother.
11 Even the kind hands that stretched themselves toward him from out the depths of that dull morning seemed but parts of the purple shadows.
12 And yet follow those boys: they are not lazy; to-morrow morning they'll be up with the sun; they work hard when they do work, and they work willingly.
13 Out of them rose for me morning, noon, and night, bursts of wonderful melody, full of the voices of my brothers and sisters, full of the voices of the past.
14 Next morning I crossed the tall round hill, lingered to look at the blue and yellow mountains stretching toward the Carolinas, then plunged into the wood, and came out at Josie's home.
15 Thus he passed out of the preparatory school into college, and we who watched him felt four more years of change, which almost transformed the tall, grave man who bowed to us commencement morning.
16 Up the coast they hurried, past the squares and palmettos of Savannah, through the cotton-fields and through the weary night, to Millville, and came with the morning to the noise and bustle of Johnstown.
17 Amid the trees in the dim morning twilight he watched their shadows dancing and heard their horses thundering toward him, until at last they came sweeping like a storm, and he saw in front that haggard white-haired man, whose eyes flashed red with fury.
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