The sky looks ever so deep when you lay
down on your back in the moonshine; I never knowed it before.
And so exactly was the expression repeated on the fair young face of her who had crept along the wall to a point where she could see him, and where she now stood looking at him, with hands which at first had been only raised in frightened compassion, if not even to keep him off and shut out the sight of him, but which were now extending towards him, trembling with eagerness to lay
the spectral face upon her warm young breast, and love it back to life and hope--so exactly was the expression repeated (though in stronger characters) on her fair young face, that it looked as though it had passed like a moving light, from him to her.
Nor could she see any way to get up these, and so, being both sad at heart and tired with the long journey, she lay
down and fell asleep.
It would be mere sophistry to argue that it was meant to exclude them ABSOLUTELY from the imposition of taxes of the former kind, and to leave them at liberty to lay
others SUBJECT TO THE CONTROL of the national legislature.
I could but vaguely conjecture the cause of my paralysis, and my only hope lay
in that it might pass off as suddenly as it had fallen upon me.
Then he too went on board and lay
down without a word, but the crew took every man his place and loosed the hawser from the pierced stone to which it had been bound.
His mother went up to him as he lay
groaning; she laid her hand upon his head and spoke piteously, saying, "My son, why are you thus weeping?
Indeed, such are the charms of the place that people often affirm it to be the true and only heaven; stoutly contending that there is no other, that those who seek further are mere dreamers, and that, if the fabled brightness of the Celestial City lay
but a bare mile beyond the gates of Vanity, they would not be fools enough to go thither.
There were forty wolves, and forty times a wolf was killed, so that at last they all lay
dead in a heap before the Woodman.
Your master, you know, goes out every morning very early with his wife into the field; and they take their little child with them, and lay
it down behind the hedge in the shade while they are at work.
For six long Martian months I had haunted the vicinity of the hateful Temple of the Sun, within whose slow-revolving shaft, far beneath the surface of Mars, my princess lay
entombed--but whether alive or dead I knew not.
there reading him like a book: it was not my health that concerned him, of course: was it my safety?