thing that writhes from out The scenic solitude
The other, the East king, the king of blood-red
sunrises, I represent to myself as a spare Southerner with clear-cut features, black-browed and dark-eyed, gray-robed, upright in sunshine, resting a smooth-shaven cheek in the palm of his hand, impenetrable, secret, full of wiles, fine-drawn, keen - meditating aggressions.
His coat was of rose-colored velvet, trimmed with shags and bobtails, with buttons of blood-red
rubies and golden shags around the edges.
She was hatless, but heavy braids of burnished hair, the hue of ripe wheat, were twisted about her head like a coronet; her eyes were blue and star-like; her figure, in its plain print gown, was magnificent; and her lips were as crimson as the bunch of blood-red
poppies she wore at her belt.
Jimmie's occupation for a long time was to stand on streetcorners and watch the world go by, dreaming blood-red
dreams at the passing of pretty women.
It was a round thing, the size of a football perhaps, or, it may be, bigger, and tentacles trailed down from it; it seemed black against the weltering blood-red
water, and it was hopping fitfully about.
There stood white lilies with blood-red
stamina, skyblue tulips, which shone as they waved in the winds, and apple-trees, the apples of which looked exactly like large soapbubbles: so only think how the trees must have sparkled in the sunshine
To us, over the golden grasses, came the Story Girl, carrying in her hand a single large poppy, like a blood-red
chalice filled with the wine of August wizardry.
Its body, which was unlike that of ordinary fishes, was as solid as a rock, and of a jetty blackness throughout all that portion of it which floated above the water, with the exception of a narrow blood-red
streak that completely begirdled it.
Thank you,' answered Mr Chester, politely accepting it, and turning to some blood-red
characters at one end.
While they were busy stripping the armour from these heroes, the youths who were led on by Polydamas and Hector (and these were the greater part and the most valiant of those that were trying to break through the wall and fire the ships) were still standing by the trench, uncertain what they should do; for they had seen a sign from heaven when they had essayed to cross it--a soaring eagle that flew skirting the left wing of their host, with a monstrous blood-red
snake in its talons still alive and struggling to escape.
I saw more things on that starry night, by that blood-red
glare, than I have told you in their order, and more things than I shall tell you now.