Those works, however, whether a romance or a sermon, which do not interest us so much as to induce reverie, may nevertheless incline us to sleep.
"Zoonomia, Vol. I" by Erasmus Darwin
I had fallen into a reverie.
"The Man-Wolf and Other Tales" by Emile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian
And so musing, Nora fell asleep, and her reverie passed into dreams.
"Ishmael" by Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
I was lost in reverie, when Timothy returned.
"Japhet, In Search Of A Father" by Frederick Marryat
Salome fell into a deep reverie.
"The Lost Lady of Lone" by E.D.E.N. Southworth
As he sat and watched the dying embers, he fell into a reverie concerning the events of the evening.
"Adèle Dubois" by Mrs. William T. Savage
As he sat by himself in the still watches of the night, plunged in silent reverie, strange fancies began to fill his brain.
"Prince Fortunatus" by William Black
As she closed her eyes, she fell into a not unhappy reverie.
"Bluebell" by Mrs. George Croft Huddleston
The harsh scream of a bluejay struck a discord through her reverie.
"The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes" by Israel Zangwill
Barbican surrendered himself up to a reverie regarding the mysterious destinies of the lunar world.
"All Around the Moon" by Jules Verne
No unsubstantial shapes are they,--
The offspring of the mist and sea;
No splendid vision of Cathay,
Recalled in dreamful revery;
"Corsica" by John Lawson Stoddard
Her children's children they shall know
The good withheld from her;
And so her reverie takes prophetic cheer--
In spirit she sees the stir.
""Formerly A Slave"" by Herman Melville
And is it right, this mood of mind
That thus, in revery enshrined,
Can in the world mere topics find
For musing stricture,
Seeing the life of humankind
Only as picture?
"Fancy's Casuistry" by James Russell Lowell
Five cushions hath my hand, for reveries;
And one deep pillow for thy brow's fatigues;
Languor of June all winterlong, and ease
For ever from the vain untravelled leagues.
"My Shy Hand" by Wilfred Owen
'T is there thou bid'st a deeper ardour glow,
And higher, purer reveries completest;
As drops that farthest from the ocean flow,
Refining all the way, from springs the sweetest.
"Morning" by Maria Gowen Brooks
"Where in mild and friendly clime
You will lose all count of time,
See the seasons blend in one,
Under sovereignty of sun;
Day with day resolve in rhyme,
Reveries and nothing done.
"Escape" by Robert W Service
A reverie more than a drama, this production is enthralling.
" But "the revery alone will do, / If bees are few.
Located on Cherokee Street on the second floor of the former Globe Drug–Discount Variety Store, Pig Slop has been flying the flag of freakdom, intoxication and mutant reverie since August 2010.
Three members of the hob 'art gallery are participating in an exhibit titled "REVERIE" which is on view at the gallery at 720 Monroe St, Hoboken, until Sept 9.
Swedish stunner Victoria Silvstedt (um, that's her on the left) crashes a lumpy sunbather's beachside reverie while cavorting among the waves in the paradise of St Barts.
Over the last 2 years, Grace has hosted the KDHX program Nomadic Reverie, titled, in part, after the Bonnie Prince Billy song, and partly after her own biography.
Can nostalgic reverie be a good thing.
Joe Henry's Raw, Raucous ' Reverie '.
North Carolina Woodland Reverie .
A Jazz Vocalist's Reverie .
We're listening to her recording of "We'll Meet Again," from her 2007 CD, Reverie .
Reverie on the river.
An Unsentimental Reverie on the Life Cycle of Nature.
The quintet usually specialize in beard-y reverie, somewhere between Built to Spill's guitar majesty and Seventies AM folk of America.
Joe Henry's Raw, Raucous 'Reverie'.
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