All who read it were delighted with the poems, and said that if there was any more such poetry in the Highlands, it should be gathered
together and printed before it was lost and forgotten for ever.
Now the Trojans when they had come out of the fight, unyoked their horses and gathered
in assembly before preparing their supper.
I wot it would be well for thee an thy cock's comb were cut!" Thus he spoke, slowly at first, for he was slow to move; but his wrath gathered
headway like a great stone rolling down a hill, so that at the end he was full of anger.
They brought light-hearted children, who gathered
round him, making the desolate home fair with their young faces, and his sad heart gay with their sweet, childish voices.
up her baby once more; but when her eye fell upon its miserably short little gray tow-linen shirt and noted the contrast between its pauper shabbiness and her own volcanic eruption of infernal splendors, her mother-heart was touched, and she was ashamed.
Now on the third day all the fighting-men were gathered
, and there might have been two thousand of them, good men and brave.
He got all those pebbles on the sea shore, abreast the ship, but professes to have gathered
them from one of our party.
I brought the last here - and you gathered
them, as a magpie gathers
silver spoons, for the mere love of stealing!
But when the flames of heaven had done their work, we gathered
your white bones at daybreak and laid them in ointments and in pure wine.
Now as soon as the little boy had eaten all the food which his sister had left him, he went out into the woods, and gathered
berries and dug up roots, and while the sun shone he was contented and had his fill.
Passing the time of day to each other, we were soon in conversation, I asking him this and that question about the neighbouring country-side, of which I gathered
he was an old inhabitant.
Yet I noted, and was glad to note, evidence of a far deeper feeling than mere friendly regard, in her meeting with Arthur though this was, as I gathered
, an almost daily occurrence--and the conversation between them, in which the Earl and I were only occasional sharers, had an ease and a spontaneity rarely met with except between very old friends: and, as I knew that they had not known each other for a longer period than the summer which was now rounding into autumn, I felt certain that 'Love,' and Love alone, could explain the phenomenon.