These, with his last volume of verse, heartsease and Rue , became his valedictory.
"heartsease for thought," said Gerard, and kissed her dimpling mouth.
"Poor heartsease, she'll never have a husband; but I'm sure we envy her now, wherever she is," said Elfrida.
She was anxious to come back to "heartsease" for a long rest.
The eldest was called Elsa, the second Elfrida, and the third heartsease.
The heartsease and the Violet differ also in their habit of growth.
Edith Cavell was in her mother's garden weeding a bed of heartsease when she heard the news.
After this it was settled that the vagabond and heartsease should be burnt in the public square.
There is no heartsease nowadays, only the magnificent pansy of which it was the modest forerunner.
A moment later she was well into the street and on her way to "heartsease."