So he ran all the night till he came to the cave; but the trees and the creepers
on his path, remembering the order that Tha had given, let down their branches and marked him as he ran, drawing their fingers across his back, his flank, his forehead, and his jowl.
The path narrowed and turned; it was hedged in by dense creepers
which knotted tree to tree, and burst here and there into star-shaped crimson blossoms.
At length he spied a dangling creeper
about the bigness of one's wrist, and when I reached the trees he was racing madly up it, hand over hand.
Then Buto espied the lions and bore madly down upon them while Tarzan of the Apes leaped nimbly into the tangled creepers
at one side of the trail.
The palisade which surrounded the village was of logs set close together and woven into a solid wall with tough creepers
which were planted at their base and trained to weave in and out to bind the logs together.
The myriad birds in their brilliant plumage--the gorgeous tropical blooms upon the festooned creepers
falling in great loops from the giant trees.
It was a grey stone building of two stories only, and from where he was seemed completely embowered in flowers and creepers
A dim twilight prevailed, for no random shaft of sunlight broke through the thick roof of leaves and creepers
Large trees are about us, and from their branches hang gray filaments of moss, while great creepers
, like monstrous serpents, curl around the trunks and writhe in tangles through the air.
The summer-house was choked up by creeping plants; and the appearance of the creepers
was followed by the appearance of the birds of night.
During the second day's journey we found the road so shut up, that it was necessary that a man should go ahead with a sword to cut away the creepers
As she did so, there was a sudden rush of a great body behind her, a menacing roar that caused the earth to tremble, and something crashed into the very creepers
to which she was clinging--but below her.
The walls leaned together abruptly and the canyon ended in a chaos of rocks, moss-covered and hidden by a green screen of vines and creepers
and boughs of trees.
Immense trees soared up, invisible behind the festooned draperies of creepers
But Baleka and I loved each other, for we were both lonely, and she clung to me like a creeper
to the only tree in a plain, and though I was young, I learned this: that to be wise is to be strong, for though he who holds the assegai kills, yet he whose mind directs the battle is greater than he who kills.