So a line of lilies has shown me where the sea-foam once fell, and pine-trees sang of masts preceding them.
She had dark, wavy hair, like sea-foam with ink tipped over in it.
It was near the island Cythera that Aphrodite was said, according to some legends, to have risen from the sea-foam.
That ceremony was as worthless as this sea-foam that blows by.
The river stretched to broad lengths; gulls were on the grey water, knots of seaweed, and the sea-foam curled in advance of us.
She was as light as sea-foam, dreamy, her blue eyes shining.
At the prow stood a tall old man, with streaming hair and beard, white as sea-foam.
The bridesmaids wore gowns of white chiffon over pale green chiffon which blended into a misty, sea-foam effect.
The waves had cast on the shore these sad relics, covered with sand and sea-foam.
The Onondagas say that the Indians are made from red earth and the white men from sea-foam.