But the flowers whispered their gratitude, and folded their leaves as if they blessed her; and when she saw the garden filled with loving friends, who strove to cheer and thank her for her care, courage and strength returned; and raising up thick clouds of mist, that hid her from the wondering flowers, alone and trustingly she began her work.
Sadly they watched over every bird and blossom which she had loved, and strove to be like her in kindly words and deeds.
This was natural enough, but, as it was against her mother's express desire, I, of course, forbade her to do so, and did my utmost to keep her with me; but that only increased her relish for the nursery, and the more I strove
to keep her out of it, the oftener she went, and the longer she stayed, to the great dissatisfaction of Mrs.
And while Japan dreamed of continental empire and strove
to realize the dream, she suppressed her own proletarian revolution.
And hands that found no holds, doubled into bunches of knuckles that impacted on the jaws of the watchers who strove to tear hand-holds from the rope.
There were boys' races and girls' races, races of young women and old women, of fat men and fat women, sack races and three-legged races, and the contestants strove around the small track through a Bedlam of cheering supporters.
Tim's supporters strove to hold him off the floor so that his hand would still be above the grasping hands that shot up.
Father, if you had known, when we were last together here, what even I feared while I strove
against it - as it has been my task from infancy to strive against every natural prompting that has arisen in my heart; if you had known that there lingered in my breast, sensibilities, affections, weaknesses capable of being cherished into strength, defying all the calculations ever made by man, and no more known to his arithmetic than his Creator is, - would you have given me to the husband whom I am now sure that I hate?
Time and again, while completing my story, I asked people why state educators wouldn't deliberately set low standards, even if they strove
for high achievement.
It is time to stop this kind of exploitation, since those harmed the most are the very people Jackson once strove
to help, namely black youths.
How his mind was always filled with music How he strove
from the age of fifteen in an orchard clouded with applebloom to the age of seventy-five in this so small and shabby room strove
to invent a poem that would cry out in the variable textures of Bechet's soprano sax or Webster's tenor soaring growling whispering How he always failed How he toiled as the years came more and more to press upon his will although he nevertheless never permitted himself to give up How he says to himself now Is this a life And how it must be for what else can it be How he would have liked even so something more Or something a little less.
Ginsberg hated capitalism and strove
mightily to be full of harm to the harmful, part of Moloch's overthrow.