Oh how often have knowledge and keen wits and understandings/ Been as deadly as brigands or ghouls to the wayfarer.
The wayfarer opened his mouth and closed it suddenly on a half-spoken and indignant refusal of this honor.
Kirkwood conceived a wholly senseless curiosity about the other wayfarer.
It looked a wayfarer, like its patrons the river-drivers, with whom it was most popular.
The wayfarer, Perceiving the pathway to truth, Was struck with astonishment.
Here it is but the lodging of a wayfarer turning aside to tarry for the brief night of earth.
Now don't you wish; Madam, you had had compassion on the wayfarer?
"Everything," said she, "belongs to the wayfarer," and she crossed into the field and milked the cow into a vessel which she had.
At last, to our wayfarer's unspeakable joy, deliverance came.
Youth, with the passionate voice of Maurice de Guerin, cries eternally: The road of the wayfarer is a joyous one.