Here lay many wounded insects, and harmless little creatures, whom cruel hands had hurt; and pale, drooping flowers grew beside
urns of healing herbs, from whose fresh leaves came a faint, sweet perfume.
Now one night, when he was sitting on the grass beside
his flocks, he heard not very far from him the sound as of some one crying.
"All the doctors stood around and smiled, and all the nurses stood beside
of them and cried.
A desire for revenge acted as an almost equally powerful incentive to spur him into the face of danger to accomplish his design, so that it was a desperate man that lay hidden in the foliage beside
the little river searching with eager eyes for some sign of a small canoe which might be easily handled by a single paddle.
The sweet Lenore hath "gone before," with Hope, that flew beside
Leaving thee wild for the dear child that should have been thy bride - For her, the fair and debonair, that now so lowly lies, The life upon her yellow hair but not within her eyes - The life still there, upon her hair - the death upon her eyes.
Livesey's, of keeping me beside
him--could be carried out as we intended.
Our little party of travelers awakened the next morning refreshed and full of hope, and Dorothy breakfasted like a princess off peaches and plums from the trees beside
It had come--appearing suddenly from behind the forehead of the nearest upland, and stopping beside
the boy with the barrow.
Faint light filtered from above through occasional ventilating and lighting tubes, but it was scarce sufficient to enable my human eyes to cope with the darkness, and so I was forced to move with extreme care, feeling my way along step by step with a hand upon the wall beside
Only later he remembered the stillness of her breathing, and understood all that must have been passing in her sweet, precious heart while she lay beside
him, not stirring, in anticipation of the greatest event in a woman's life.
Some more words passed between them, which, happily, I did not overhear; but Annabella had the audacity to come and place herself beside
me, and even to put her hand upon my shoulder and say softly, 'You need not grudge him to me, Helen, for I love him more than ever you could do.'
He is there beside
her, but she does not want to hear what he will tell her father.