Food, Home and Garden, Volume 4, Issue 36 (Google eBook)

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Page 18 - ... meadows, visions such as these hang over the farm. Death is natural, I own, and without it this world would be cursed with life, but when it comes at the edge of the cold and sharpened steel, at the behest of man's perverted appetite and cruel will, and strikes the young and lusty and vigorous, when death is made the chief end of life, and life becomes the handmaid of death, and nature is prostituted to the express manufacture of fattened corpses, then is death hideous indeed...
Page 18 - Over the quiet afternoon pasture, where the cows are browsing "with their leader at the head, each knowing the place to which her courage and character entitle her ; " Over the flock of sheep on the other side of the rough stone wall, where the gray fleeces cluster thick to keep out the November north wind; " Over the peaceful barn-yard yonder, where the calves are waiting for the tardy pail and the chickens are scratching for their supper " Over it all (as I gather nuts under the clump of hickory...
Page 18 - GEORGE MACDONALD. The Shadow on the Farm " Over the quiet afternoon pasture, where the cows are browsing "with their leader at the head, each knowing the place to which her courage and character entitle her ; " Over the flock of sheep on the other side of the rough stone wall, where the gray fleeces cluster thick to keep out the November north wind; " Over the peaceful barn-yard yonder, where the calves are waiting for the tardy pail and the chickens are scratching for their supper " Over it...
Page 18 - ... wheel, The wisp of hay still clinging to the stray apple-tree where the hay loads passed four months ago, The half torpid bees haunting the sunshine in the garden and kissing the chrysanthemums a last good-bye, The great procession of cawing crows pursuing their regular avenue in the sky to the southwest, with bands of stragglers behind, How full it all is of life and mystery and romance and solace ! But it cannot conceal the butcher's knife looming above the farm and every farm....
Page 19 - Community, whose members hold all their property in common, and live ahd work together in a permanent home for their mutual enjoyment, assistance, and support, and both men and women have equal rights and decide on all its business affairs by their majority vote.
Page 18 - I gather nuts under the clump of hickory-trees in the corner of the cow-pasture, where the sluggish brook winds its way and the sun's rays slant brightly through the trunks) Over it all I see the dull, inevitable shadow of the butcher's knife. All nature round me is beautiful and suggestive and full of interest. The narrow path of the woodchuck in the grass leading to his...
Page 18 - ... cattle ships in storms, the maimed and dying thrown together, of herds of steers benumbed and starving in the snows of the Northwest, of huge abattoirs with hardened men and boys in bloody aprons and noble animals crazed with fright, of little slaughterhouses in the country with their heaps of offal and vile stenches polluting the meadows, visions such as these hang over the farm. Death is natural, I own, and without it this world would be cursed with life, but when it comes at...

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