"This is lucerne," he whispered, bending down; how soft she was, and how little!
If he had known it, it was with the Dance of Death on the bridge of lucerne.
Clover and lucerne are the other leading crops, and large flocks of sheep are kept in the region.
Once he has been in Paris, where I met him, and once to lucerne for a fortnight.
Clover and lucerne fields and the flowery borders of corn fields remain very attractive.
And, in any event, on such a journey lucerne must come first.
After journeying on in this manner for some hours the carriage arrived at an inn on the shores of the Lake of lucerne.
We went to lucerne, and thence to Como, where I intended to leave her.
A steamer would be waiting at the pier to take them across to the city of lucerne on the other side.
“In lucerne you gave me your hand in good-bye,” he said presently.