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Nixon Waterman (1859 – 1944)

Newspaper writer, poet and Chautauqua lecturer, who rose to prominence in the 1890s.
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Nixon Waterman
No man can feel himself alone
The while he bravely stands
Between the best friends ever known
His two good, honest hands.
Waterman quotes
Though life is made up of mere bubbles,
'T is better than many aver,
For while we've a whole lot of troubles,
The most of them never occur.
A rose to the living is more
Than sumptuous wreaths to the dead.

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