Supported by, and partly the result of this barrage of lies, misrepresentation and incitation, came the period of attempted repression by "law".
Five hours came booming up from the village-clock.
Tis he exasperates the Princes hate, And when our Trumpets call them to retyre He with warres clangor sets them on agayne.
It was enough to lie curled among pillows under the alder and stare drowsily at the blue September sky, half aware of the drone of a breeze in the firs, the flutter of birds' wings, and the lap of water on the beach.
She stood idly drumming on the window-sill for a few moments; then, with a quick little sigh, she went back to the piano.
It was a voice of power, splendid in some way I cannot describe, and with a certain sense of majesty in its cadences, and, as I listened to it with quickly beating heart, I could fancy it was some ancient voice of Time itself, echoing down immense corridors of stone, from the depths of vast temples, from the very heart of mountain tombs.
Ah yes, Time flies because we fain would fly, It is such ardent souls as you and I, Greedy of living, give his wings to him-- And now we grumble that he uses them!
Assignment for further discrimination: <trill, pipe, quaver, peep, cheep, twitter>.
To me he seemed graver, more sedate, less angelically trustful in expression, and yet something finer and manlier withal: to confirm the idea one had only to compare this new one with the racket photograph now relegated to a rear rank.
In fullness and resonance Taylor's diction resembles that of the great orators, though it lacks their nervous energy.
Paul Blackton, you're----" The engineer's laughter was like a giant's roar in the cavern, and Joanne gave a gasp, while Peggy shiveringly caught Aldous by the arm.
He could never get it to hold, and I remember as an undertone to Pulz's reading, the rumble of strange, exasperated oaths.
But Heaven did not overwhelm him that day, nor was there the slightest rumbling of thunder.
roared Pillichody, in a voice of thunder, and pushing back his chair till it was stopped by the wall. "