When a fierce and riotous gust of wind had led his thoughts, by a natural association, to homeless
travellers on such a night, Pearson resumed the conversation.
For it happened to him, as to Phoenix and Cilix, that other homeless
people visited the spot, and liked it, and built themselves habitations in the neighborhood.
In these windy days she is like a homeless
leaf blown about by passers-by.
You are much too rich and too wonderful a personage for a homeless
orphan like me; but," she added, tucking her arm through his with a contented little sigh, "I have you, and I shall not let you go
Next, as I lay in the bushes, there came upon me a feeling of desolation, a consciousness that I was homeless
I am homeless
, friendless, penniless," I went on, getting more hollow at every word.
Kilcolman Castle was sacked and burned, and Spenser fled with his wife and children to Cork, homeless
and wellnigh ruined.
Upon the gay-papered wall were those pictures that pursue the homeless
one from house to house--The Huguenot Lovers, The First Quarrel, The Wedding Breakfast, Psyche at the Fountain.
Such as the peasant enjoys when his family have been massacred before his eyes, his cottage burnt, his lands laid waste, and he is turned adrift, homeless
, penniless, and alone, but free.
All the ghosts driven out of the unbelieving West by men who pretend to be wise and alone and at peace--all the homeless
ghosts of an unbelieving world--appeared suddenly round the figure of Hollis bending over the box; all the exiled and charming shades of loved women; all the beautiful and tender ghosts of ideals, remembered, forgotten, cherished, execrated; all the cast-out and reproachful ghosts of friends admired, trusted, traduced, betrayed, left dead by the way--they all seemed to come from the inhospitable regions of the earth to crowd into the gloomy cabin, as though it had been a refuge and, in all the unbelieving world, the only place of avenging belief.
It was the very place for a homeless
boy, who must die in the streets unless some one helped him.
His kindness fell but hardly on the homeless
,--fell but hardly on the homes where the hearth was not very warm, and where the food had little fragrance; where the human faces had had no sunshine in them, but rather the leaden, blank-eyed gaze of unexpectant want.