In this part I found different fruits, and particularly I found melons upon the ground, in great abundance, and grapes
upon the trees.
In the neighborhood of one o'clock in the morning, when we were heated with fast walking and parched with thirst, Denny exclaimed, "Why, these weeds are grape-vines!" and in five minutes we had a score of bunches of large, white, delicious grapes
, and were reaching down for more when a dark shape rose mysteriously up out of the shadows beside us and said "Ho!" And so we left.
A VINE was luxuriant in the time of vintage with leaves and grapes
. A Goat, passing by, nibbled its young tendrils and its leaves.
The air there was charged with the scent of gathered grapes
. Baskets, troughs, and tubs of grapes
stood in the dim village doorways, stopped the steep and narrow village streets, and had been carrying all day along the roads and lanes.
The field was full of vines heavy with grapes
. The grapes
were no other than gold coins which tinkled merrily as they swayed in the wind.
About the hour of noontide, however, when the sun stood exactly over Zarathustra's head, he passed an old, bent and gnarled tree, which was encircled round by the ardent love of a vine, and hidden from itself; from this there hung yellow grapes
in abundance, confronting the wanderer.
For certainly grapes
(as the Scripture saith) will not be gathered of thorns or thistles; either can justice yield her fruit with sweetness, amongst the briars and brambles of catching and polling clerks, and ministers.
In the first place, the enormous cutting tackles, among other ponderous things comprising a cluster of blocks generally painted green, and which no single man can possibly lift --this vast bunch of grapes
was swayed up to the main-top and firmly lashed to the lower mast-head, the strongest point anywhere above a ship's deck.
He began gathering the grape-leaves which screened the sun from the grapes
, and won the heart of the gardener.
MY DEAREST LITTLE BARBARA,--I am sending you a few grapes
, which are good for a convalescent person, and strongly recommended by doctors for the allayment of fever.
He quoted several texts (for he was well read in Scripture), such as, He visits the sins of the fathers upon the children; and the fathers have eaten sour grapes
, and the children's teeth are set on edge ,&c.
Now the Cyclopes neither plant nor plough, but trust in providence, and live on such wheat, barley, and grapes
as grow wild without any kind of tillage, and their wild grapes
yield them wine as the sun and the rain may grow them.