Our gloves are glued with the frozen blood, Our eyes with the drifting snow; But we come back to our wives again, Back from the edge
of the floe!
"Yes; but it's lots of fun, if it IS strange," remarked the small voice of the kitten, and Dorothy turned to find her pet walking in the air a foot or so away from the edge
of the roof.
I approached him and without a word toppled a large mass of rock over the edge
of the cliff.
Tarzan, halting upon the kopje's edge
, raised his voice in the thunderous roar of a lion.
of the plateau has fewer large trees than further inland.
Now bees, as may be clearly seen by examining the edge
of a growing comb, do make a rough, circumferential wall or rim all round the comb; and they gnaw into this from the opposite sides, always working circularly as they deepen each cell.
The look in his eyes as he felt the keen edge
and glared at me was positively carnivorous.
Clambering quickly aloft I grasped the edge
of the eaves and drew myself to the surface of the roof above.
As he ran his eyes chanced to pass beyond the boma to the edge
of the forest, and there he caught a glimpse of that which sent his craven heart cold with a fear that almost expunged his terror of the seven men at his back, who by this time were all firing in hate and revenge at his retreating figure.
The rock capped a high cliff; a stone dropped from its outer edge
would have fallen sheer downward one thousand feet to the tops of the pines.
Often they ceased their labors to squat, resting and gossiping, with much laughter, at the edge
of the pit they were digging.
It was a practised eye that travelled up the slope to the crumbling canyon-wall and back and down again to the edge
of the pool.