What we had got, after the first three days, was brilliant sunshine.
Apples in the orchard Mellowing one by one; Strawberries upturning Soft cheeks to the sun; Roses faint with sweetness, Lilies fair of face, Drowsy scents and murmurs Haunting every place; Lengths of golden sunshine, Moonlight bright as day, Don't you think that summer's Pleasanter than May? Roger in the corn-patch Whistling negro songs; Pussy by the hearth-side Romping with the tongs;
But outside one could have all of the festa that was worth seeing, with the sunshine added,the glorious sunshine of this November day, cold enough to fill the air with sparkle,and the boys, at least, were sure to return to the free enjoyment impossible within.
But it's perpetual sunshine, you know, even there, with brisk, keen air; and the whole journey, Haggerty says, is one of absolute delight.
Mix a little sunshine with that gloomy lookin' countenance of yours.
We rattled along gaily in the broad afternoon sunshine, exchanging various human information, from apple-packing to New York theatres, after the manner of the companionable soul of man, and I hope he liked us as well as we liked him.
Eternal sunshine in the storms of life!
The weather remained clear and cold; there was not a single day in which the study was not flooded with warm, pale sunshine.
Shakspeare, the most versatile of all writers, was born in April, that month of changeful skies, of sudden sunshine, and sudden showers.
God who is in heaven Made all the pretty flowers, He sends the pleasant sunshine, And sends the dripping showers.
The day was a fine specimen of California summer, pure sunshine, unshaded most of the time by a single cloud.
XXXVIII "Peaceful as this immeasurable plain Is now, by beams of dawning light imprest, 335 In the calm sunshine slept the glittering main; The very ocean hath its hour of rest.
The foreground was now aflame with autumn colors, brown and purple and gold, ripe in the mellow sunshine; contrasting brightly with the deep, cobalt blue of the sky, and the black and gray, and pure, spiritual white of the rocks and glaciers.
Assuredly there was an almost immediate improvement in the aspect of the party, not unlike what might have been produced by a glass of generous wine, together with a sudden glow of cheerful sunshine, brightening over all their visages at once.
Queen Eleanor sat in her royal bower, through the open casements of which poured the sweet yellow sunshine in great floods of golden light.
So agreeable was it lying and rolling about in that open green place with the sweet sunshine on him, that he felt no inclination to get up and travel on.
The 'cold storms of winter' are essential to the enjoyment of the brightness and glory, the genial sunshine, the pleasant foliage, the blossoms and the odors of spring.
Just as the earliest stars began to twinkle I arrived at a third coffee-house on the roadside, with a little mosque before it, a spreading beech tree for travellers to recline under in the spring, and a rude shed for them in showers or the more intense sunshine of summer.
And from every window of every house adults looked down in safe ease upon that wavy ocean over which banners gleamed in the dazzling and fierce sunshine.
" "I suppose it is; yet down underneath I dare say you rather like the playing round, as you call it," laughed Katherine, and then she worked on in silence up the solitary reaches of the river, with the glaring sunshine on her unsheltered back, and swarms of flies tormenting her unprotected face and neck.
During the last eight days of our march we had continuous sunshine.
" Jerrold staggered downstairs, and through the hall and out into the blinding sunshine.
They came again into the blazing sunshine, and here Juliet paused and looked back at Saltash.
When she came toward me I thought of the years I had wasted down in that lonely quarter where ambition is strangled by lassitude bred in tropical sunshine, and the ghost of the man I might have been banged me fair between the two eyes.
The long storm was over, and the calm autumnal sunshine was now to return, with all its infinite repose and sweetness.