This form is imperishable, though each be unlike every other.
But the vision of the preacher in those who saw it is imperishable.
Only this supreme medicament can make the body undecaying and imperishable.
To them I will still be here, standing over them, gigantic, imperishable.
We have heard of the imperishable labours of an Elliott and a Brainard, in other days.
There is in him, always, something of what Meyers called 'the imperishable child.'
His genius, his kindling enthusiasm, his ecstasy of religious devotion, have left an imperishable heritage to art.
What we have often felt but vaguely, he utters for us in imperishable forms.
Poetry and Nature Mysticism are linked together in an imperishable life so long as man is man and the world is the world.
I ask you to accept again the expression of my imperishable gratitude.