Here in thy loneliness the eglantine Weaves her sweet tapestries above thy head, While blow across thy bed, Moist with the dew of heaven, the breezes chill: Fire-fly, will-o'-the-wisp
, and wandering star Glow in thy gloom, and naught is heard but the far Chanting of woodman and shepherd from the hill, Naught but the startled bird is seen Soaring away in the moonland sheen, Or the hulk of the scampering beast that fears Their plaintive lays as, to and fro, The pallid singers go.
There was quite a bewildering succession of drives, dances, picnics and boating parties, all expressively lumped together by Phil under the head of "jamborees"; Alec and Alonzo were so constantly on hand that Anne wondered if they ever did anything but dance attendance on that will-o'-the-wisp
of a Phil.
A real will-o'-the-wisp
character who has impressed in defeats to England, Ireland and France with his attacking prowess and coverage of the back field.
Laarmans accompanies them in their fruitless search for Maria, who, like a will-o'-the-wisp
, leads them deeper into the city and the night.
A strange glow, like a will-o'-the-wisp
, flickers in her eyes.
The fox your will-o'-the-wisp
character possesses to complete its quest bounds handsomely over picturesque landscapes peppered with environmental puzzles that require switching between seasons to overcome - water levels rise in spring, while winter freezes create ice platforms to climb up to plants, which unfurl only in summer.
There are straightforward scientific explanations of other natural phenomenon, such as the will-o'-the-wisp
described in "Irrlicht" and the sundogs seen by the narrator in "Die Nebensonnen.
Now at Derry City, Shiels said: "Harry's a wide player, a will-o'-the-wisp
The show - the story - begins with Maria, "a flibbertigibbet, a will-o'-the-wisp
, a clown", hurtling back to the abbey where, given her shocking time-keeping, she is clearly in vain pursuit of a career as a nun.
It was a skilful run at Grimsby which gave him the chance - and a brave run because he had to win a 50-50 against their centre-back and Joe is a bit of a will-o'-the-wisp
really with his build - and it was a shame he hit the post when he should have scored.
They are now disappointed to see that their hope has turned out to be a will-o'-the-wisp
And the direction of Josep Pons, a conductor whose tidy beat encourages rather than dictates what goes on in the ranks, enabled a much reduced CBSO to relish the score's transparency and its opportunities for individual display, notably in the Pantomime (lovely cello solo from Richard Jenkinson) and Will-o'-the-Wisp