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The grey brethren, and other fragments in prose and verse, (Book, 1970) [cleanpowerfinance.com]

the grey brethren and other fragments in prose and verse

The Gray Brethren and Other Fragments in Prose and Verse Part 7 summary You're reading The Gray Brethren and Other Fragments in Prose and Verse. Even this sad adventure did not cure Fairy Fluffikins of getting into mischief--although she never teased the owls any more, you may be sure of that--she took to tormenting the squirrels instead. As I passed along the streets I could see through the uncurtained windows that in some houses Christmas had begun already for the little ones. They chatter cheerily over stones, they toil bravely to shape out their bed. And haste with all your choir to greet This Queen who comes with wakening feet.

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The Gray Brethren and Other Fragments in Prose and Verse by Fairless, Michael, 1869

the grey brethren and other fragments in prose and verse

She was the sweetest, funniest little fairy you ever saw. The sea is mine; and the broad sky Is mine in its immensity: The river and the river's gold; The earth's hid treasures manifold; The love of creatures small and great, Save where I reap a precious hate; The noon-tide sun with hot caress, The night with quiet loneliness; The wind that bends the pliant trees, The whisper of the summer breeze; The kiss of snow and rain; the star That shines a greeting from afar; All, all are mine; and yet so small Am I, that lo, I needs must call, Great King, upon the Babe in Thee, And crave that Thou would'st give to me The grace of Thy humility. She held long conversations with 'luvly miss' on all familiar subjects; and apparently obtained much strange and rare information from her. He burst into the shop, frightened the watchmaker so that he fell into the works of the watch he was mending and could only be got out with the greatest difficulty, seized twelve pairs of green spectacles, put them on all at once and flew towards the castle. So the princes were told to their great joy that the princesses had consented to show their feet; and the king and queen, on being informed, summoned a Cabinet Council for the next morning so that their ministers might be present at the counting of the princesses' toes. He waited half an hour and then swallowed the kitten at one gulp; but he instantly burst in four pieces, for the fluffy kitten tickled his digestive organs so much that they cracked his sides and he died; and the flea and the kitten came out quite unhurt, only a little damp. Next morning two of the court ushers came to escort them to the Cabinet Council.

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The Grey Brethren and Other Fragments in Prose and Verse

the grey brethren and other fragments in prose and verse

Roses white and roses red, Thorns arrayed for His dear Head. I knew Miss Brown too well to hope that any pink- and-white darling from the toy-shop could replace 'luvly miss,' or that she could be persuaded to admit even a very image of the dear departed into her affections. She was flying away from a tree where she had just wrapped a sleeping bat's head up in a large cobweb, when she heard the sweep of wings, felt a sharp nip--and in less time than it takes to tell found herself in the nest of the Ancient Owl. Please use the follow button to get notification about the latest chapter next time when you visit NovelOnlineFull. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.

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The Grey Brethren and Other Fragments in Prose and Verse from Project Gutenberg

the grey brethren and other fragments in prose and verse

She dropped the Recluse's hand and went forward where the shepherds knelt. And while I listen to the murmur of the water and watch its quiet strength the day's wrinkles are smoothed out of my face; and at last the river bears me homeward rested and at peace. Project Gutenberg believes the Court has no jurisdiction over the matter, but until the issue is resolved, it will comply. They had to pay a heavy price for their folly. Then suddenly the Tinkle-Tinkle crept close and began to sing, why or how he knew not.

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The Gray Brethren and Other Fragments in Prose and Verse by Fairless, Michael, 1869

the grey brethren and other fragments in prose and verse

His name was Prince Orange Plushikins. The Church, having no stars, had lighted candles; and we poor sinful men having no white robes of our own had craved them of the Great King at her hands. They have come very many days' journey to be present at your revels. Take off the other pair, my dears. He shut his eyes, wriggled up the stairs, poured the remaining mixture over the seventeen cats, who all turned as blue as the rest, and then he burst open the door of the Princess's room. Fire to stay the chill at night, Snow to cool the noonday bright; And overhead His star's alight.

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The grey brethren and other fragments in prose and verse, (Book, 1905) [cleanpowerfinance.com]

the grey brethren and other fragments in prose and verse

Their banks are bright with tormentil, blue with forget-me-not, rich in treasures of starry moss; the water is clear, cool in the hottest summer--they rise under the shadow of the everlasting hills, and their goal is the sea. How many of these my brethren have sought refuge in the cold grey arms of the river from something worse than death? Immediately there was a bang; the wooden door slammed; and Fluffikins was caught. The cuckoo came back time after time, and never wearied of teasing them; and their little sister made many very true but disagreeable remarks on the extreme silliness of being discontented with one's surroundings. There was a carpet of crisp snow on the ground, and a fringe of icicles hung from every vantage-point. We of the outward and visible covenant need them, with their inherited mysticism, ordered contemplation, and spiritual vision; we need them for ourselves.

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The Grey Brethren and Other Fragments in Prose and Verse by Michael Fairless

the grey brethren and other fragments in prose and verse

Three chairs were placed for the maidens, and they were politely but firmly requested to take off their shoes and stockings. The cuckoo was pleased with his success, but told them they must go to bed and to sleep, and he would fetch them in the morning to show them the way to the King of Silverland's court. He added that he had great news, and had come on purpose to bring it. We are none of us too great, or learned, or rich; it was the three wise kings who came next and offered gifts. The air was soft and warm, and sweet with the breath of lilies. The walk was in itself a preparation, for the hill was long and steep and at the mercy of the north-east wind; but at the top, sheltered by a copse and a few tall trees, stood a small house, reached by a flagged pathway skirting one side of a bright trim garden. One day the Tinkle-Tinkle was going through a wood, when he heard a piteous weeping.

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the grey brethren and other fragments in prose and verse

I stand sometimes at a wharf where the ships are being unloaded of the riches of every country, of fruits of labour by my unknown brothers in strange lands; and the river speaks of citizenship in the great world of God, wherein all men have place, each man have his own place, and every one should be neighbour to him who may have need. I, with my seven summers of lonely, delicate childhood, felt, when I gently closed the gate behind me, that I shut myself into Peace. Well, he was in a perfect fury, and how to get at the Princess he did not know. I suppose the Princess flea wouldn't jump on to a tabby kitten, and you couldn't swallow the kitten--oh dear, no--of course not. Here the fair white water-lilies lie on their broad green leaves and wait for their lover the moon; for then they open their silvery leaves and bloom in the soft light fairer far than beneath the hot rays of the sun.

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