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The wreath of roses, that hung from the lowest green bough of the Maypole, had been twined for them, and would be thrown over both their heads, in symbol of their flowery union.
But as their flowery garland was wreathed of the brightest roses that had grown there, so, in the tie that united them, were intertwined all the purest and best of their early joys.
Almost as flushed as she had been in my dream, she leaned over the edge of the bank and began to demolish our flowery pagoda.
As in the month of June, the damask rose, which chance hath planted among the lilies, with their candid hue mixes his vermilion; or as some playsome heifer in the pleasant month of May diffuses her odoriferous breath over the flowery meadows; or as, in the blooming month of April, the gentle, constant dove, perched on some fair bough, sits meditating on her mate; so, looking a hundred charms and breathing as many sweets, her thoughts being fixed on her Tommy, with a heart as good and innocent as her face was beautiful, Sophia (for it was she herself) lay reclining her lovely head on her hand, when her maid entered the room, and, running directly to the bed, cried, "Madam--madam--who doth your ladyship think is in the house?
See there the olive-grove of Academe, Plato's retirement, where the Attic bird Trills her thick-warbled notes the summer long; There, flowery hill, Hymettus, with the sound Of bees' industrious murmur, oft invites To studious musing; there Ilissus rowls His whispering stream.
Rebecca, Adam thought, as he took off his hat and saluted the pretty panorama,--Rebecca, with her tall slenderness, her thoughtful brow, the fire of young joy in her face, her fillet of dark braided hair, might have been a young Muse or Sibyl; and the flowery hayrack, with its freight of blooming girlhood, might have been painted as an allegorical picture of The Morning of Life.
By this time the whole anchorage had fallen into shadow--the last rays, I remember, falling through a glade of the wood and shining bright as jewels on the flowery mantle of the wreck.
A jolly-looking, fat little man, in a flowery dressing-gown, with a large book under each arm, came trotting in at the other end of the room, and was going straight across without taking any notice of the children.
Similarly this was not just an endorsement it's truly amalgamating with the brand and hence, when Kailash Jhawar of Flowery approached me to come on board as a creative advisor and their brand Ambassador, I took time and came on board only after studying carefully the entire process of manufacturing at Flowery.
Five streets and intersections in Dubai are now decorated with flowery designs that say "Thank You Mohammad bi Image Credit: Staff Report
Plants will be for sale, and held indoors there is a Wildlife Art Exhibition which features about 200 prints and originals including a new flowery collection by local artist, Liz Bolloten.
Flowery not constituents work unless matched " But the delay in making a decision was critcised by Newcastle Central MP Chi Onwurah, who said: "We have had many flowery words from the Government about understanding the experience of our constituents in the North East who are forced to use crumbling rolling stock on Tyne and Wear Metro, but flowery words will not get our constituents to work on time unless they are matched by investment.