wanderer


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This I know of you now in my hour of death: you shall be a wanderer for a few years of your life, child of Siguyana, and wandering in another land you shall die a man's death, and not such a death as yonder witch has given to me.
The swaying trees seemed to open their arms to the wanderer, and to welcome him home.
By nature a wanderer, I had never known the true meaning of the word home, but the great hall of the Carters had always stood for all that the word did mean to me, and now my heart turned toward it from the cold and unfriendly peoples I had been thrown amongst.
History ceases to take interest in the crownless wanderer.
And then he--a wanderer on the earth, a man without fortune, a man without family, a soldier accustomed to inns, cabarets, taverns, and restaurants, a lover of wine forced to depend upon chance treats--was about to partake of family meals, to enjoy the pleasures of a comfortable establishment, and to give himself up to those little attentions which "the harder one is, the more they please," as old soldiers say.
I am flying to escape death at their hands, and am thus doomed to be a wanderer on the face of the earth.
This bit of forest might have appeared to an ethereal wanderer as a scene of the result of some frightful debauch.
Had a wanderer, bewildered in the melancholy forest, heard their mirth, and stolen a half-affrighted glance, he might have fancied them the crew of Comus, some already transformed to brutes, some midway between man and beast, and the others rioting in the flow of tipsy jollity that foreran the change.
With a gesture of impatience, the wanderer passed into a bye-street comparatively deserted.
Her parents had been continental wanderers, and after a roaming babyhood she had lost them both, and been taken in charge by her aunt, Medora Manson, also a wanderer, who was herself returning to New York to "settle down.
Then I had been an unknown wanderer upon a strange planet, and he a simple padwar in the navy of Helium.
Ye have surely heard something of the Wanderer and his Shadow?