Here do I sit now, The desert nigh, and yet I am So far still from the desert, Even in naught yet deserted: That is, I'm swallowed down By this the smallest oasis--: --It opened up just yawning, Its loveliest mouth agape, Most sweet-odoured of all mouthlets: Then fell I right in, Right down, right through--in 'mong you, Ye friendly damsels dearly loved!
This the finest air drinking, With nostrils out-swelled like goblets, Lacking future, lacking remembrances Thus do I sit here, ye Friendly damsels dearly loved, And look at the palm-tree there, How it, to a dance-girl, like, Doth bow and bend and on its haunches bob, --One doth it too, when one view'th it long!-- To a dance-girl like, who as it seem'th to me, Too long, and dangerously persistent, Always, always, just on SINGLE leg hath stood?
There was something about her that Eva never could make out; and she always smoothed it over with thinking that, after all, it was mamma, and she loved her very dearly indeed.
I feel sad for our poor people; they love me dearly, and they are all good and kind to me.
"Oh, thank you very, very much!" cried Dorothy, who as soon as she heard the sweet voice of the girlish Ruler of Oz knew that she would soon learn to love her dearly
One to Eustace (of a few lines only), owning that I had helped to nurse him through the dangerous part of his illness; confessing the one reason which had prevailed with me to leave him; and entreating him to suspend his opinion of me until time had proved that I loved him more dearly
Now when the uncle had arrived at his lodgings with his nephew, partly to indulge his own inclinations (for he dearly
loved his bottle), and partly to disqualify his nephew from the immediate execution of his purpose, he ordered wine to be set on the table; with which he so briskly plyed the young gentleman, that this latter, who, though not much used to drinking, did not detest it so as to be guilty of disobedience or want of complacence by refusing, was soon completely finished.
She loved music so dearly, tried so hard to learn, and practiced away so patiently at the jingling old instrument, that it did seem as if someone
"I had a queer time with Aunt today, and, as I got the best of it, I'll tell you about it," began Jo, who dearly loved to tell stories.
"Once upon a time, there were four girls, who had enough to eat and drink and wear, a good many comforts and pleasures, kind friends and parents who loved them dearly, and yet they were not contented."
by every He had an iconic left peg which was his vital tool, helping him to play in eight All-Ireland finals and winning four, along with three All-Stars.
Peacefully at Moorfield House on 16th September aged 91 years Douglas, dearly
loved son of the late Jessie and John Anderson and a dearly
loved brother, brother in law, uncle and great uncle to all the family.
BIRRELL DAVID On the 25th June 2018, peacefully at Dumfries Infirmary, David Birrell of Barrasgate, Kirkton, dearly
loved brother of Margaret and Ann and the late Stewart and Scott and a dearly
loved by her sons and daughtersin law, a devoted nana, great nana and great great nana.
loved husband of Beryl, much loved Dad of Elaine & Garry, Father-in-Law of Peter & Julie and Dearly
loved Grandad of Jennifer, Elizabeth, Stephen, Emma, Holly, Great Grandad to Oliver, Jacob, Alfie, Oscar, Alexander, Matilda & Harriet.