Their life in its own way was an idyl
, and it managed to achieve a singular beauty.
May I relate the idyl
of your tragic passion, dear Dubois, as an object lesson?"
He made a delicate idyl
of it: the sunshine and the sea gave it passion and magic, and the stars added poetry, and the old vicarage garden was a fit and exquisite setting.
The pairing of the birds is an idyl
, not tedious as our idyls
are; a tempest is a rough ode, without falsehood or rant; a summer, with its harvest sown, reaped, and stored, is an epic song, subordinating how many admirably executed parts.
(55.) "A Buddhist Idyl
," The Jewish Messenger, September 17, 1879, 1.
Be of good comforte and thynke not so, Put out of herte bat idyl
171); chapter 5 itself travels across the pond to consider three American verse novels explicitly influenced by EBB's example: Josiah Holland's Kathrina: Her Life and Mine, in a Poem (1867), Lucy Larcom's An Idyl
of Work (1875), and Epes Sargent's The Woman Who Dared (1870).
Hunt described the colonial settlement in its early days as an "idyl
simple and pure nomadic pastoral" existence, which incorporated "Indian traits [in its] national prosaic life."
I recently had occasion to look through John Greenleaf Whittier's 1866 poem, "Snow-Bound: A Winter Idyl
," which was inspired by a days-long snowstorm hitting New England.
They've sold their company Idyl
Hands and the game Cat Factory and now have a new US Boss Casey (Mary McCormack).
In the opening episode, friends Josh, Leon, Watto and Ewan are taking in the brilliant, slightly terrifying news that they've just sold their company Idyl
Hands - and its hit creation, Cat Factory - for $300m.
, a company based in the south of France grows tomatoes, melons, Mediterranean fruit, vegetables and fresh cut herbs.