How can we elevate our history of retribution for the sin of long ago, when, as one of our most prominent figures, we are compelled to introduce--not a young and lovely woman, nor even the stately remains of beauty, storm-shattered by affliction--but a gaunt, sallow, rusty-jointed maiden
, in a long-waisted silk gown, and with the strange horror of a turban on her head
That is so, maiden
," answered Umslopogaas, looking at her beauty.
I am not wont to be baffled in my enterprises, nor needs a Norman noble scrupulously to vindicate his conduct to the Saxon maiden
whom be distinguishes by the offer of his hand.
The King mourned, but he did not think that the Queen had done the wicked deed, and as he was afraid the maiden
would also be taken from him, he wanted to take her with him.
And the tiny maiden
talked to them, and sang so merrily, that they could have listened for ever.
The seven maiden
s and six of the young men soon sobbed themselves to slumber.
Then consider the garden of "my own," so overgrown, entangled with roses and lilies, as to be "a little wilderness"--the fawn loving to be there, and there "only"--the maiden
seeking it "where it should lie"--and not being able to distinguish it from the flowers until "itself would rise"--the lying among the lilies "like a bank of lilies"--the loving to "fill itself with roses,"
By that Heaven that bends above us--by that God we both adore-- Tell this soul with sorrow laden if, within the distant Aidenn, It shall clasp a sainted maiden
whom the angels name Lenore-- Clasp a rare and radiant maiden
whom the angels name Lenore.
When any young man came within a hundred paces of her castle, he became quite fixed, and could not move a step till she came and set him free; which she would not do till he had given her his word never to come there again: but when any pretty maiden
came within that space she was changed into a bird, and the fairy put her into a cage, and hung her up in a chamber in the castle.
That the dainty maiden
should dance and weep at the same time was indeed surprising; so Dorothy asked in a soft, sympathetic voice:
AN Ancient Maiden
, standing on the edge of a wharf near a Modern Swain, was overheard rehearsing the words:
No more than an arm's length away stood a beautiful maiden
Nor yet does the pure maiden
Hestia love Aphrodite's works.
They are going through the Indian Savage and the Maiden
,' said Mrs Crummles.
Thick evergreens grow on the dilapidated walls, and around the altar, where a lovely maiden
is standing: she bends over the railing and looks out upon the rose.