She held up to show him some wonderful mauve and blue hyacinths that she carried, and then passed on.
"The Twelfth Hour" by Ada Leverson
Eighteen more times the King of Barodia took Hyacinth in his stride.
"Once on a Time" by A. A. Milne
The hyacinths stood witnesses of it.
"Daisy" by Elizabeth Wetherell
How the blue hyacinths blow, And how the daffodil lights its golden glow.
"Sprays of Shamrock" by Clinton Scollard
The red zircon, or true hyacinth, is rare.
"A Text-Book of Precious Stones for Jewelers and the Gem-Loving Public" by Frank Bertram Wade
You, Mussy, will bring your big motor and kindly see to the luggage with Hyacinthe, my man.
"The Confessions of Arsène Lupin" by Maurice Leblanc
It was Hyacinth Pilorge, my secretary.
"Memoirs To Illustrate The History Of My Time" by François Pierre Guillaume Guizot
Hyacinth changed to a flower.
"The Metamorphoses of Publius Ovidus Naso in English blank verse Vols. I & II" by Ovid
The flower-sellers' baskets in the town were full of dark-red wallflowers and lovely hyacinths.
"Our Bessie" by Rosa Nouchette Carey
GERARDE, on varieties of the hyacinth, i.
"The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume II (of 2)" by Charles Darwin
Touch my cheeks with your fingers, blue hyacinth.
Did God use a whiter silk
Weaving the veil for your fevered roses,
Or spinning the moon that lies across your face?
"Comparisons" by Edward Powys Mathers
Then, tenderly ringing old Winter's knell,
The hyacinth swung its soundless bell,
And over and under and through and through
The copses there shimmered a sea of blue.
"The Passing Of Spring" by Alfred Austin
"Who has reft the robin's hidden treasure,--
All the speckled spheres he loved so well?
And the buds which danced in merry measure
To the chiming of the hyacinth's bell?
"April" by Susan Coolidge
The hyacinths, with fragrant heads,
Have overflowed their sandy beds,
And fill the earth with faint perfume,
The breath that Spring around her sheds.
And now the tulips break in bloom!
"Flood-Tide of Flowers" by Henry Van Dyke
I would have all things fair, and sweet, and tender,—
The daisy's pearl, the cowslip's shield of snow,
And fragrant hyacinths in purple splendour,
About my darling's grassy couch to grow.
"Written in a Cemetary" by Kate Seymour Maclean
By fair Rosehall, through greenwood glades,
Thou glid'st through rose and hawthorn shades,
By hyacinth banks, where Monkland's maids
Unbind their dark or golden braids
And lave their snowy feet.
"Calder--A Memory" by Janet Hamilton
Hyacinths in bloom at the Wintergardens in Auckland Domain.
Water hyacinth covers large swaths of Lake Victoria .
'The Hyacinth Macaw' has too much lyrical lunacy .
Hyacinth macaws are one of the parrots the USFWS is considering adding to the Endangered Species Act.
'The Hyacinth Macaw ' has too much lyrical lunacy.
The parishioners of Blessed Mary Angela parish in Dunkirk (formerly Saints Hyacinth and Hedwig) were treated to a special presentation on the life of the parish patroness , Blessed Mary Angela Truszkowska.
Hyacinth bean makes beautiful, showy vine.
"If I had two loaves of bread, I would sell one and buy hyacinths, for they would feed my soul.".
On the final day, Hite returned to the same fallen logs, hyacinths and stumps.
Hyacinth is played by Patricia Routledge.
Rick Carter, Reclamation District 1601 superintendent, stands above some water hyacinth on Twitchell Island Friday.
I have hyacinths and daffodils poking their little heads up in my garden once again, a bit early this year.
The Briarwood Organ was built by the Casavant Frères Company of St Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada.
LASALLE — The Joliet Polka Masster multi-piece band will perform a Polka Mass at 4 pm Saturday at St Hyacinth Church in LaSalle.
Judging from the hyacinths on my windowsill—fragrant and fresh not so long ago, but now defeated and dying—I am the very opposite of a green.