It was necessary to run in shore, toil up, laboriously, along the eddies and to attain some distance above the snag, when they launched forth again into the stream and floated
down with it to his rescue.
It was a hen-coop, and it floated
bars upwards like a boat.
The logs which bore them floated
in the middle of the stream and were held fast in that position by the strong current.
Perry wanted me to get in and break some-thing over the bow as she floated
out upon the bosom of the river, but I told him that I should feel safer on dry land until I saw which side up the Sari would float.
With a glad cry, the Rainbow's Daughter sprang from her seat and danced along the curve of the bow, mounting gradually upward, while the folds of her gauzy gown whirled and floated
around her like a cloud and blended with the colors of the rainbow itself.
Down the warm stream from the pool floated
the countless billions of eggs and tadpoles, developing as they drifted slowly toward the sea.
Its radiant face looked down smiling on me; it beckoned with its little hand, and floated
on again, leading me as the Star led the Eastern sages in the olden time.
The Ant climbed onto it and floated
in safety to the bank.
For convenience sake I chiefly tried small seeds, without the capsule or fruit; and as all of these sank in a few days, they could not be floated
across wide spaces of the sea, whether or not they were injured by the salt-water.