But I went out on one of those large leaves that the pond-lily has, and which lie and float; on it I wanted to row over to him.
All was reflected in the pools—which lay like glass whereon a scene-painter had cut the green hearts of the pond-lily leaves.
Its placid surface reflects peak and snow, cloud and sky, and mingling with these are the green and gold of pond-lily glory.
Some are afraid of roses, and I have known those who thought a pond-lily a disagreeable neighbor.
Hawthorne named the craft "pond-lily," because it brought so many cargoes of that beautiful flower to decorate his home.
It was the hour for Gwyn to read to her mother, who was already waiting in the pond-lily garden.
They were white, and they showed as plainly in the water as a pond-lily does on the top of it.
So my uncle he rowred up the river to a pond-lily pond, and he got some roots and sold them.
We went down to the boat-house and hired a skiff and rowed up the river to the pond-lily pond.
He's got ten of them elevators now, and—he's got almost ten trillion-billion pond-lily roots in them.