Sarah Chauncey Woolsey

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Sarah Chauncey Woolsey (January 29, 1835April 9, 1905) was an American children's author who wrote under the pen name Susan Coolidge.


  • The Autumn seems to cry for thee,
    Best lover of the Autumn-days!
    • Cousin Helen's Visit (1935).
  • The tasks are done and the tears are shed.
    Yesterday’s errors let yesterday cover;
    Yesterday’s wounds, which smarted and bled,
    Are healed with the healing that night has shed.
    • New Every Morning, (date of publication uncertain).
  • These are weighty secrets, and we must whisper them.
    • Secrets.
  • Men die but sorrow never dies.
    • The Cradle Tomb in Westminster Abbey (1975).
  • She stood amid the morning dew,
    And sang her earliest measure sweet,
    Sang as the lark sings,speeding fair,
    to touch and taste the purer air
    • Coolidge tribute to fellow poet Jean Ingelow from Preface to Poems by Jean Ingelow, Volume II, Roberts Bros 1896 kindle ebook ASIN B0082C1UAI .

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