The King had a huge house of ice made for his wife underground, so that even in summer
it did not melt.
Ah, it would be just the spot for one to sit in, of a summer
afternoon, and tell the children some more of those wild stories from the classic myths
And boyhood is a summer
sun Whose waning is the dreariest one -- For all we live to know is known, And all we seek to keep hath flown - Let life, then, as the day-flower, fall With the noon-day beauty - which is all.
Cast it also, that you may have rooms, both for summer
and winter; shady for summer
, and warm for winter.
Archer had tried to persuade May to spend the summer
on a remote island off the coast of Maine (called, appropriately enough, Mount Desert), where a few hardy Bostonians and Philadelphians were camping in "native" cottages, and whence came reports of enchanting scenery and a wild, almost trapper-like existence amid woods and waters.
On the contrary it tormented her more than anything else of late, and particularly so on this bright, hot summer
day in town.
Life was very pleasant in Avonlea that summer
, although Anne, amid all her vacation joys, was haunted by a sense of "something gone which should be there.
A broad lawn, overshadowed at one end by fine old trees--flower beds and shrubberies, and winding paths prettily and invitingly laid out--made the garden a welcome refuge on that fine summer
As the summer
months advanced, the transformation of the Venetian palace into the modern hotel proceeded rapidly towards completion.
When the winter came the Grasshopper had no food and found itself dying of hunger, while it saw the ants distributing every day corn and grain from the stores they had collected in the summer
Anne had her "good" summer
and enjoyed it wholeheartedly.
His father, Abner Moore, kept store at the Glen, but Dick had a sea-going streak in him from his mother; he used to sail in summer
and clerk in his father's store in winter.
They spend the greater part of the year here; but in summer
they hunt along the foot of the Cordillera: sometimes they travel as far as the Rio Negro
This was my curious labor all summer
-- to make this portion of the earth's surface, which had yielded only cinquefoil, blackberries, johnswort, and the like, before, sweet wild fruits and pleasant flowers, produce instead this pulse.
I am always happy (out of doors be it understood, for indoors there are servants and furniture) but in quite different ways, and my spring happiness bears no resemblance to my summer
or autumn happiness, though it is not more intense, and there were days last winter when I danced for sheer joy out in my frost-bound garden, in spite of my years and children.