But still they tarried, and in my vision
Unandi spoke: "We tarry, Queen of the Heavens--we tarry to pray for justice on him who murdered us.
had begun when my father was speaking of our going to Prague.
I don't care which of their visions
comes true," Archer mused, "as long as the tunnel isn't built yet.
Let the man turn and look upon Issus, knowing that those of the lower orders who gaze upon the holy vision
of her radiant face survive the blinding glory but a single year.
through the savage gloom there came to him a stately maiden, and took him by the hand and led him on through devious paths, unknown to any man, until upon the darkness of the wood there dawned a light such as the light of day was unto but as a little lamp unto the sun; and, in that wondrous light, our way-worn knight saw as in a dream a vision
, and so glorious, so fair the vision
seemed, that of his bleeding wounds he thought no more, but stood as one entranced, whose joy is deep as is the sea, whereof no man can tell the depth.
They appeared to him to be more than individuals; to be made up of many different things in cohesion; he had a vision
of an orderly world.
Lydgate which he was determined to cut himself off from indulging, she had had a quick, sad, excusing vision
of the charm there might be in his constant opportunities of companionship with that fair creature, who most likely shared his other tastes as she evidently did his delight in music.
Again turning to the window he watched the lighted rooms within his vision
, and presently his view was rewarded by the sight of a knight coming within the scope of the narrow casement of a nearby chamber.
He did not know what to do with those arms and hands, and when, to his excited vision
, one arm seemed liable to brush against the books on the table, he lurched away like a frightened horse, barely missing the piano stool.
She remembered them by the hurt of her breasts and the prod of her instinct; also she remembered them by vision
, so that, by the subtle chemistry of her brain, she could see them, by way of the broken screen across the ventilator hole, down into the cellar in the dark rubbish-corner under the stairway, where she had stolen her lair and birthed her litter.
He curved his bushy tail around to cover them, and at the same time he saw a vision
I believed this as firmly as I believed that I had been guided, thus far, by the vision
of the child.