And beneath the effulgent
Antarctic skies I have boarded the Argo-Navis, and joined the chase against the starry Cetus far beyond the utmost stretch of Hydrus and the Flying Fish.
Skies the most effulgent
but basket the deadliest thunders: gorgeous Cuba knows tornadoes that never swept tame northern lands.
Hidden nooks and corners, unused to observation, suddenly gleam and blush in effulgent
exposure,--like lovers whom the unexpected turning on of a light has revealed kissing in the dark,--and are as suddenly, unlike the lovers, left in their native shade again.
Surely it is not possible to feel otherwise, any more than it would be possible for a man with cataract to regret the painful process by which his dim blurred sight of men as trees walking had been exchanged for clear outline and effulgent
Suddenly, before an effulgent
Titian, he found himself saying: "But I'm only fifty-seven--" and then he turned away.
He was so large and effulgent
that one hardly missed the sun, and his resounding purrs formed a pleasant accompaniment to the laughter and conversation which went on around Captain Jim's fireplace.
Let the great soul incarnated in some woman's form, poor and sad and single, in some Dolly or Joan, go out to service, and sweep chambers and scour floors, and its effulgent
daybeams cannot be muffled or hid, but to sweep and scour will instantly appear supreme and beautiful actions, the top and radiance of human life, and all people will get mops and brooms; until, lo
The fragmented, invented reminiscences merge in a vision paradoxically (if emphatically) "not as they always were," as if to evoke an effulgent
divination of others as they might have been.
There are parts of the story where that "thank you" is forthright and grateful to anarchy--to the moments when the aspiration for openness and leaderlessness made it possible to reclaim some of the basic essence of what politics was always supposed to be about, when people felt free to pour their talents without reserve into that effulgent
Indeed, that horn call in that symphony, almost like no other, symbolizes the effulgent
musical imagery permeating German scores for more than three centuries.
I saw that it was truly luminous and effulgent
, but that it needed the greatest caution.
Inside these stories: a landscape of the hospital made romantic: girls with anorexia, bodies made effulgent
from lack, a world where the skeleton is a beauty mark, like Marilyns mole.