The outlines of its roof were merging
in the yellow foliage of a curtain of poplar trees, the whole habitation having for background a dark grove of gigantic elms.
I must iterate that I had this thought in the midst of my dreaming, and I take it as an evidence of the merging
of my two personalities, as evidence of a point of contact between the two disassociated parts of me.
The days passed, and the winter began merging
imperceptibly into the Northland spring that comes like a thunderbolt of suddenness.
His dream was merging
into something else--he knew not what; but through it all, following him, persisted the howling.
Here, there shot up, almost perpendicularly, into the sky, a height so steep, as to be hardly accessible to any but the sheep and goats that fed upon its sides, and there, stood a mound of green, sloping and tapering off so delicately, and merging
so gently into the level ground, that you could scarce define its limits.
Ascending along this road, you open a valley broad and shal- low, a wide green trough of pastures and hedges merging
inland into a vista of purple tints and flowing lines closing the view.
High and straight, brown and polished, merging
abruptly into temples and skull, it has the effect of a bastion that protected his head from the world.