I have a garden of my own, But so with roses overgrown, And lilies, that you would it guess To be a little wilderness; And all the spring-time of the year It only loved to be there.
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,"
They called him in to decide family disputes, chose him as executor, confided secrets to him, elected him to be a justice and to other posts; but he always persistently refused public appointments, passing the autumn and spring in the fields on his bay gelding, sitting at home in winter, and lying in his overgrown
garden in summer.
The Swede went ahead, to hew a way through the brush where the path was entirely overgrown
, so that on this march it was necessary that the young woman carry the child.
A respect for truth, however, obliges us to remark, that they seem never for a moment to have turned their eyes from the danger to liberty from the overgrown
and all-grasping prerogative of an hereditary magistrate, supported and fortified by an hereditary branch of the legislative authority.
While the court was entirely overgrown
with the yellow, moss-like vegetation which blankets practically the entire surface of Mars, yet numerous fountains, statuary, benches, and pergola-like contraptions bore witness to the beauty which the court must have presented in bygone times, when graced by the fair-haired, laughing people whom stern and unalterable cosmic laws had driven not only from their homes, but from all except the vague legends of their descendants.
Away in the far background the land rises, closing the view with a continuous wooded slope, forming in the distance an interminable rampart overgrown
For the rest, Lincolnshire life to Volumnia is a vast blank of overgrown
house looking out upon trees, sighing, wringing their hands, bowing their heads, and casting their tears upon the window- panes in monotonous depressions.
"Who is that overgrown
pirate with the whiskers and the discordant voice?"
She always went by way of the swamp; it was a lovely place -- a boggy soil, green with the greenest of mossy hillocks; a silvery brook meandered through it and spruces stood erectly, their boughs a-trail with gray-green mosses, their roots overgrown
with all sorts of woodland lovelinesses.
Its plastered front was innocent of any form of creeper, but in the few feet of garden in front a great, overgrown
wild rose bush, starred with deep red blossoms, perfumed the air.
Residents in a Dumfries community have taken matters into their own hands in a battle with overgrown
greenery this week.
The site was never overgrown
like this and I would like to make a plea that something be done to return it to its former beauty and to maintain in that state.
"i have been to other parts of the city and there are a lot of overgrown
Engineers ditched their tools and dug deep for charity as they transformed an overgrown
garden into an oasis.