All joy wanteth the eternity of all things, it wanteth honey, it wanteth lees
, it wanteth drunken midnight, it wanteth graves, it wanteth grave- tears' consolation, it wanteth gilded evening-red--
The jibs behind me cracked aloud, the rudder slammed to, the whole ship gave a sickening heave and shudder, and at the same moment the main-boom swung inboard, the sheet groaning in the blocks, and showed me the lee
It will be an education for the child, said I, only being with her cousins; if Miss Lee
taught her nothing, she would learn to be good and clever from them.
that was the reason (as all men know, In this kingdom by the sea) That the wind came out of the cloud, chilling And killing my ANNABEL LEE
I shall just have time to tell you the facts of the case before we get to Lee
So the Bishop talked, and the King lent his ear to his evil counsel, until, after a while, he turned to Sir Robert Lee
and bade him send six of the yeomen of the guard to take Robin Hood and his three men prisoners.
- five times Mayor of Abingdon - was, no doubt, a benefactor to his generation, but I hope there are not many of his kind about in this overcrowded nineteenth century.
, the noonday meal having been disposed of, set forth with rod, string and bait to snare gulls upon the beach.
I put the Reindeer about on the other tack, ran up under the lee
of a junk, shivered the mainsail into the wind and lost headway, and forged past the stern of the junk so slowly and so near that one of the patrolmen stepped lightly aboard.
In the bungalow at Mill Valley he lived alone, save for Lee
Sing, the Chinese cook and factotum, who knew much about the strangeness of his master, who was paid well for saying nothing, and who never did say anything.
The wind puffed strongly, and the Ghost heeled far over, burying her lee
Away on the lee
bow, a thing like a fountain rose out of the moonlit sea, and immediately after we heard a low sound of roaring.