At the same moment the bird fluttered
down upon the hat and once more sat snugly on her eggs.
Tiny birds twittered, and now and then fluttered
from tree to tree.
Some of the paper people were on the street, walking along or congregated in groups and talking together; but as soon as they saw the strangers they all fluttered
into the houses as fast as they could go, so as to be out of danger.
many an outland pennon, bearing symbol and blazonry from the banks of the Danube, the wilds of Lithuania and the mountain strongholds of Hungary; for chivalry was of no clime and of no race, nor was any land so wild that the fame and name of the prince had not sounded through it from border to border.
"My man," she said, looking at me for an instant with tremulous lids which fluttered
down and veiled her eyes as she snuggled her head against my breast with a happy little sigh.