One small white
cloud Threading the vasty vault of heaven recalls My heart unto her loneliness.
It had been agreed between us downstairs that after this first occasion I should have her as a matter of course at night, her small white
bed being already arranged, to that end, in my room.
While I thus stood, leaning on my gun, and looking up at the dark gables, sunk in an idle reverie, weaving a tissue of wayward fancies, in which old associations and the fair young hermit, now within those walls, bore a nearly equal part, I heard a slight rustling and scrambling just within the garden; and, glancing in the direction whence the sound proceeded, I beheld a tiny hand elevated above the wall: it clung to the topmost stone, and then another little hand was raised to take a firmer hold, and then appeared a small white
forehead, surmounted with wreaths of light brown hair, with a pair of deep blue eyes beneath, and the upper portion of a diminutive ivory nose.
She will be quite ill now," said Prince Andrew, as he entered the study, rubbing his small white
She held up her hands, small white
hands, ablaze with jewels, and looked at them for a moment thoughtfully.
When Franz appeared again on the shore, the yacht only seemed like a small white
speck on the horizon.
So the child flew away like a bird, and, making bare her small white
feet went pattering along the moist margin of the sea.
This is the result of my experience in raising beans: Plant the common small white
bush bean about the first of June, in rows three feet by eighteen inches apart, being careful to select fresh round and unmixed seed.
From the vast, invisible ocean of moonlight overhead fell, here and there, a slender, broken stream that seemed to plash against the intercepting branches and trickle to earth, forming small white
pools among the clumps of laurel.
"I have them," said Lestrade, producing a small white
box; "I took them and the purse and the telegram, intending to have them put in a place of safety at the Police Station.
Other attendants there were of a different description; two or three large and shaggy greyhounds, such as were then employed in hunting the stag and wolf; as many slow-hounds of a large bony breed, with thick necks, large beads, and long ears; and one or two of the smaller dogs, now called terriers, which waited with impatience the arrival of the supper; but, with the sagacious knowledge of physiognomy peculiar to their race, forbore to intrude upon the moody silence of their master, apprehensive probably of a small white
truncheon which lay by Cedric's trencher, for the purpose of repelling the advances of his four-legged dependants.
From an elevated point of their march through this region, the travellers caught a beautiful view of the Powder River Mountains away to the north, stretching along the very verge of the horizon, and seeming, from the snow with which they were mantled, to be a chain of small white
clouds, connecting sky and earth.