Mall defies cultural expectations by choosing the peascod instead of the gillyflower
or rose when she rejects as foolish the motifs conventionally used by lovers.
The cologne is the essence of charm with peonies in voluptuous bloom, exquisitely fragile and flirtatious with the juicy bite of red apple and the opulence of jasmine, rose and gillyflower
(28) Gongora's letrilla, concerning the brevity and transience of life, devotes a verse each to the carnation, jasmine, gillyflower
, and sunflower and reminds each in the refrain that despite their colorful distinctions, all flowers, like him, must die: O take a lesson, flowers!
doctor who BBC1 6.30pm There's something strange about Mrs Gillyflower
's Sweetville mill - especially the bright red bodies washing up in the river.
According to CEVALLOS & REID (2001), the vase life of cut gillyflowers
, narcissuses, irises, chrysanthemums, roses, and tulips is not changed when the plant is conditioned in water or dry, provided that the storage temperature is between 0 and 10[degrees]C.
Non stupisce, dunque, che la scelta del The Literary Review sia ricaduta su poesie - The Gillyflowers
are barefoot kids, Lucania, The Father's Benediction, Sempre nuova e l'alba [Ever Fresh is the Dawn], They walk about on cat-feet, Expectations, Young Couple, The Beggars, You don't make us sleep, oh desperate cuckoo, The rule, For my fiancee at Easter, Mignonette, smell found and lost (Guenther and Sellin, 1959: 157-162)- dedicate alia terra e al microcosmo contadino lucano fatto di miseria e di privazioni, insomma una sorta di versione in versi dei temi e delle immagini affrontati nel Cristo si e fermato a Eboli.
First of all, it was his fondness for the gillyflowers
under his ground-floor windows that made him refuse his cousin's advice to change his rooms--thanks to this decision he was to meet Sebastian several months later.