And the vision faded, and the knight, kneeling upon the ground, thanked the good saint who into that sad wood had strayed
his steps, so he had seen the vision that lay there hid.
He had been born among them, he had lived among them, and though he had strayed for a time, it was well to come back among them.
Later in the afternoon they strayed off among the trees, where, in the good old fashion, she sat down while he sprawled on his back, his head in her lap.
Later on that day, Kiche and White Fang strayed
into the edge of the woods next to the camp.
A perverted affection that has strayed
to one's own
If the bye we never had is strayed
and stole, by the powers, call him Phelan, and see him hide out under the bed like a mangy pup.
All that is unhomelike in the future, and whatever maketh strayed
birds shiver, is verily more homelike and familiar than your "reality.