It aggravates me to see a bright blue
sky above me when I am walking along wet through, and there is something so exasperating about the way the sun comes out smiling after a drenching shower, and seems to say: "Lord love you, you don't mean to say you're wet?
That worthy sachem landed in princely state, arrayed in a bright blue
blanket and red breech clout, with an extra quantity of paint and feathers, attended by a train of half-naked warriors and nobles.
The sky was bright blue
, and the trees in the avenue through which they passed were thick with leaves; there was something in the air fresh to Philip, and mingled with the timidity he felt at entering on a new life, among strangers, was a great exhilaration.
'Please, sir, can you tell me which gentleman of your party wears a bright blue
dress-coat, with a gilt button with "P.
He wore blue silk stockings, blue knee pants with gold buckles, a blue ruffled waist and a jacket of bright blue
braided with gold.
Notwithstanding all the sly hints and remonstrances of the French officers, she immediately approached the man, and pulling further open the bosom of his duck frock, and rolling up the leg of his wide trousers, she gazed with admiration at the bright blue
and vermilion pricking thus disclosed to view.
the glory of the sudden burst of light; the freshness of the fields and woods, stretching away on every side, and meeting the bright blue
sky; the cattle grazing in the pasturage; the smoke, that, coming from among the trees, seemed to rise upward from the green earth; the children yet at their gambols down below--all, everything, so beautiful and happy!
Grandfather's eyes were not at all like those of an old man; they were bright blue
, and had a fresh, frosty sparkle.
Her open jacket disclosed a galaxy of souvenirs pinned to the background of bright blue
,--a small American flag, a button of the Wareham Rowing Club, and one or two society pins.
Now she clothed the naked little creature in one of Thomas `a Becket's snowy, long baby gowns, with its bright blue
bows and dainty flummery of ruffles.
One, and she was the more juvenile in her appearance, though both were young, permitted glimpses of her dazzling complexion, fair golden hair, and bright blue
eyes, to be caught, as she artlessly suffered the morning air to blow aside the green veil which descended low from her beaver.
And the boy grew up to be a lad, and was to go forth in the wide world-far, far away to warm lands, where the coffee-tree grows; but at his departure the little maiden took an Elder-blossom from her bosom, and gave it him to keep; and it was placed between the leaves of his Prayer-Book; and when in foreign lands he opened the book, it was always at the place where the keepsake-flower lay; and the more he looked at it, the fresher it became; he felt as it were, the fragrance of the Danish groves; and from among the leaves of the flowers he could distinctly see the little maiden, peeping forth with her bright blue
eyes--and then she whispered, "It is delightful here in Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter"; and a hundred visions glided before his mind.