I climbed the topmost summit, And my gaze swept far and wide
For the garden roof where my brother stood, And I fancied that he sighed: My brother serves as a soldier With his comrades night and day; But my brother is wise, and may yet return, Though the dead lie far away.
For there are three thousand neat-ankled daughters of Ocean who are dispersed far and wide
, and in every place alike serve the earth and the deep waters, children who are glorious among goddesses.
'Oh, go with me,' said the man; 'if we four are together we shall easily travel through the wide
Then of thir Session ended they bid cry With Trumpets regal sound the great result: Toward the four winds four speedy Cherubim Put to thir mouths the sounding Alchymie By Haralds voice explain'd: the hollow Abyss Heard farr and wide
, and all the host of Hell With deafning shout, return'd them loud acclaim.
He stood and listened, and gazed for a long while--there was really something on the road coming towards him then, but he caught no sign of it; and the stillness and the wide
trackless snow seemed to narrow his solitude, and touched his yearning with the chill of despair.
They soon began to ascend the mountains, and occasionally had wide
prospects over the surrounding country.
de Candolle, in large groups of terrestrial plants, which have only a very few aquatic members; for these latter seem immediately to acquire, as if in consequence, a very wide
Whether lakes of brine, or those subterranean ones hidden beneath volcanic mountains -- warm mineral springs -- the wide
expanse and depths of the ocean
The pines, great and small, grew wide
apart; and even between the clumps of nutmeg and azalea, wide
open spaces baked in the hot sunshine.
Long she journeyed through the pathless ocean, with no friends to cheer her, save the white sea-birds who went sweeping by, and only stayed to dip their wide
wings at her side, and then flew silently away.
At the same instant the mighty portal swung wide
and the head of the Kaolian column emerged.
It is as crooked as any brook, and only from one-quarter to two-thirds as wide
as the Mississippi.