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morning glory

morning glory

ipomoeamuelleri, I. purpurea.
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Don't you feel as if you just loved the world on a morning like this?
There was no despondency when she fell asleep that night; nor was there hope when she awoke in the morning.
Somehow, now the morning had come, the notion seemed less tempting.
Very sorry to intrude, sir, at this hour of the morning," he said briskly.
This is MY morning, MY day beginneth: ARISE NOW, ARISE, THOU GREAT NOONTIDE
I would gladly stay with you longer,' said Militza, 'but a wicked witch once cut off a lock of my hair when I was asleep, which has put me in her power, and if morning were still to find me here she would do me some harm, and you, too, perhaps.
Elinor was alternately diverted and pained; but Marianne persevered, and saw every night in the brightness of the fire, and every morning in the appearance of the atmosphere, the certain symptoms of approaching frost.
Weston commenting upon the brightness of the morning and the beauty of the bay, and then upon the advantages A possessed over many other fashionable places of resort.
Seth went with him the first mile or two, for the thought of Snowfield and the possibility that Dinah might come again made him restless, and the walk with Adam in the cold morning air, both in their best clothes, helped to give him a sense of Sunday calm.
No sounds but the steady ticking of the clock, and the lumpish snoring of a large dog stretched on a mat outside the dining-room door, disturbed the mysterious morning stillness of hall and staircase.
Under that hospitable roof, no intrusive hints, in the shape of flat candlesticks exhibiting themselves with ostentatious virtue on side-tables, hurried the guest to his room; no vile bell rang him ruthlessly out of bed the next morning, and insisted on his breakfasting at a given hour.
This very morning I had to go a clear six miles and only took three shillings.