But, before he could think what he ought to do to save her, another leaf bent down and captured the Glass Cat, rolling around the little creature until she was completely hidden, and then straightening up again upon its stem
They were suspended by a small stem
which seemed to grow from the exact tops of their heads to where it connected them with the body of the adult.
After making her fast, they swarmed the sides and searched the vessel from stem
At one time I was climbing up the quarterdeck when the vessel's stem
was in the sky; I was smoking a cigar and feeling passably comfortable.
were bare for a distance of some fifteen feet--at least on those trees which Perry attempted to ascend, for the suggestion of safety carried by the larger of the forest giants had evidently attracted him to them.
No drooping stem
or withered leaf tells of any evil thought within their fragrant bosoms, and thus from the fairest of their race have they gathered this sweet dew, as a token of their gratitude to one whose tenderness and care have kept them pure and happy; and this, the loveliest of their sisters, have I brought to place among the Fairy flowers that never pass away.
When all had been made to appear as it was before, one of the warriors made several cuts and scratches upon the stem
of a tree which grew above the spot where the chest was buried; then they hastened on in silence past Bulan and down the river.
The tulip was beautiful, splendid, magnificent; its stem
was more than eighteen inches high; it rose from out of four green leaves, which were as smooth and straight as iron lance-heads; the whole of the flower was as black and shining as jet.
And sad the hour when all ripe things must pass, For sweetness and decay are of one stem
, And sweetness ever riots to decay.
at one extremity is truncate, but at the other is terminated by a vermiform fleshy appendage.
They weep: - from off their delicate stems
Perennial tears descend in gems.
It was very black, and Weena clung to me convulsively, but there was still, as my eyes grew accustomed to the darkness, sufficient light for me to avoid the stems