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|O'Keeffe, Georgia I hate flowers -- I paint them because they're cheaper than |
models and they don't move. - O'Keeffe, Georgia Roses fall, but the thorns remain
. - Proverb, Dutch Fair flowers are not left standing along the wayside long.
|Proverb, German Who has never tasted what is bitter does not know what is |
sweet. - Proverb, German One must either be the hammer or the anvil. - Proverb,
German Fair flowers are not left standing along the wayside long. - Proverb,
|There can be no doubt that some soul is startled occasionally out of its lethargy |
by a sight of one of these sentences. ... The sensualist, the drunkard, the robber
and oppressor may be sometimes brought up standing by one of these wayside
sermons. ... The flowers by the roadside speak the same, but men can not hear
their voices. ... be transferred to an exposition ; a mother's watchful care, a wife's
loving co-operation, a sister's tender helpfulness cannot be placed on exhibition.
|There were no green trees towering in the air ; no neat looking cottages by the |
wayside ; and not even a shaggy ... The nettles were rank, and the long grass
had no variety, and the unsightly assemblage of weeds, of the most ... A plant of
the wild convolvulus had stretched itself along the bank of that offensive puddle,
wreathing it with flowers of the most lovely kind. ... the spot, scarcely would they
have exceeded in pure and snowy whiteness the fair flowerets that were lying
|meadows, or when the hedges are cut, left standing to grow and fruit there. ... |
This satisfactory state of affairs is doubtless dne to the long season of sunshine
experienced last year, as the trees have received ... during April or May many a
wayside villa or cottage presents a perfect sheet of white or soft yellow flowers,
but it is by no means a ... We should probably have a more representative
meeting of Committee, and if only one-half attended there is little doubt but what
a fair estimate of ...
|Some wild flowers disappear on the advance of civilisation ; while, on the other |
hand; the Plantain, if the truth is told, goes ... It abounds in gravelly knolls by the
wayside, and thrives on the very edge of pasture bogs, and in the shade of
woods ; and yet, with ... sand along a river's bank, its chief requirement seeming
to be that it shall not be crowded, one stalk always standing by ... The Exhibition
was held under canvas, and occupied three tents, 300, 200, and 100 feet long
|'Tis said that to the brow of you fair hill Two Brothers clomb, and, turning face from |
ace, Nor one look more ... Mount, by W. Pickersgill, Esq., for St John's College,
Cambridge] G0, faithful Portrait 1 and where long hath nelt Margaret, the saintly ...
many a household tear More prompt, more glad, to fall than drops of dew By
morning shed around a flower half-blown ... And the one Man that laboured to
enslave The World, sole-standing high on the bare hill— Back turned, arms
folded, the ...
|"FAIR. FLOWERS. ARE. NOT. LEFT. STANDING. LONG. BY. THE. WAYSIDE'. |
SOMEWHERE ELSE FOR A CHANGE Norman Batten jumping from his.
OERMAX PROVERB— a rfproach in England the spring they issue a smaller
edition so that ...
|May-poles are put up in the center of rooms on stands and admit of elaborate |
floral embellishment, or can be made to look very prettily with little expense. ...
They are worn at the belt with the long stems and foliage falling below. ... The
exhibition was, however, one of the most instructive ever held by the society, not
one weak point being observed. ... Immediately upon entering the doors, to the
right and left were beds of spring flowers in geometrical designs, one of hyacinths
and tulips ...
|I became a subscriber to our dear little magazine last September, and I think I will |
not part company with you again soon. ... as it multiplies itself thickly, jnd is
perfectly hardy, standing several degrees of cold, and growing with any ordinary
care. I never n >lect mine much, so I cannot say how it would stand neglect, but
as it is a wayside weed, and grows everywhere, ... by heart. The catalogues came
too, with all their glowing descriptions, and flowers in my imagination bloomed