There's no need of sending home, Daisy
, even if you had a dozen, for I've got a sweet blue silk laid away, which I've outgrown, and you shall wear it to please me, won't you, dear?
Yes; she is a peacock in everything but beauty," said Lord Henry, pulling the daisy
to bits with his long nervous fingers.
So, gathering a tiny mushroom for a parasol, she flew away; Daisy
soon followed, and Violet was left alone.
When Hunsden is staying alone at the Wood (which seldom happens) he generally finds his way two or three times a week to Daisy
By the murmur of a spring, Or the least boughs rustleling, By a daisy
whose leaves spread, Shut when Titan goes to bed, Or a shady bush or tree, She could more infuse in me Than all Nature's beauties can In some other wiser man.
But he felt it to be a pity, as regards a possible acquaintance with her, that her parents should be heavy little burghers, that her brother should not correspond to his conception of a young man of the upper class, and that her sister should be a Daisy
Miller en herbe.
and sprinkling the falling daisy
petals with notes as clear as dew.
Last winter I had seventeen dinners given me; and three of them were by gentlemen," added Daisy
Jupiter, whose thunder could be heard rumbling in the dressing-room, supported her claim, and Venus was on the point of carrying it off,--that is to say, without allegory, of marrying monsieur the dauphin, when a young child clad in white damask, and holding in her hand a daisy
(a transparent personification of Mademoiselle Marguerite of Flanders) came to contest it with Venus.
The grass was green above the dead boy's grave, and trodden by feet so small and light, that not a daisy
drooped its head beneath their pressure.
cried another Daisy
, and here they all began shouting together, till the air seemed quite full of little shrill voices.
Opposite, on the velvet lining, done in gold lettering, was, CARLTON FROM DAISY