Walt Whitman about happiness (“A Song for Occupations”, 1882) - The sun and stars that float in the open air,
. . . surely the drift of them is something grand,
I do not know what it is except that it is grand, and that it is happiness
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The sun and stars that float in the open air,
. . . surely the drift of them is something grand,
I do not know what it is except that it is grand, and that it is happiness
 Walt WhitmanA Song for Occupations (1882). copy citation

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1882
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English
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in "Leaves of Grass"
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