The old woman counselled her to go to the mill-pond the next full moon and play upon a golden flute, and then to lay the flute on the bank.
As soon as the next moon was full the hunter's wife went to the mill-pond, played on a golden flute, and when she had finished placed it on the bank.
Pushing my hand through the hole in the lid I drew it out full
, not of diamonds, but of gold pieces, of a shape that none of us had seen before, and with what looked like Hebrew characters stamped upon them.
of hope he plunged in among the foremost, and fell on the fight like some fierce tempest that swoops down upon the sea, and lashes its deep blue waters into fury.
You get a pertater and go out under the full
moon, cut the pertater in two, rub your warts with one half and say, 'One, two, three, warts, go away from me.' Then rub them with the other half and say, 'One, two, three, four, warts, never trouble me more.' Then bury the pertater and never tell a living soul where you buried it.
Again, as on the preceding day, I had recourse to earthly tactics, and swinging my right fist full
upon the point of his chin I followed it with a smashing left to the pit of his stomach.
flavour," he answered through shut teeth.
Every room in the big house was soon full
. Every little plot in the garden soon had its owner.
Caroline was little, though evidently full
grown; raven-black hair, very dark eyes, absolutely regular features, with a colourless olive complexion, clear as to the face and sallow about the neck, formed in her that assemblage of points whose union many persons regard as the perfection of beauty.
Then I wiped my feet upon the yellow tresses; and as a groan of rage arose from the balcony I spat full
upon the holy diadem.
The wood behind seemed full
of the stir and murmur of a great company!
It was for the Mediterranean sailors that fair-haired sirens sang among the black rocks seething in white foam and mysterious voices spoke in the darkness above the moving wave - voices menacing, seductive, or prophetic, like that voice heard at the beginning of the Christian era by the master of an African vessel in the Gulf of Syrta, whose calm nights are full
of strange murmurs and flitting shadows.