A LESSON FROM THE CLOUDS

Just at dusk one summer evening, when a dark veil or mist seemed to arise between our eyes and the setting sun, an immense pile of clouds, billowy in grace and motion, was outlined against the bluest of skies, in the south-east, touching neither the earth nor the heavens above.

Dark and earth-stained at the base, ceaselessly struggling and slowly rising majestically upward, the scene became lighter and brighter, until the summit of the mass shone out in snowy, dazzling whiteness, with a radiance caught from the unseen sun; and all so far above the earth, that the fact that the sun had disappeared on the plane below, did not affect their silvery shining.

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