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.
At last, to our wayfarer's unspeakable joy, deliverance came.
It looked a wayfarer, like its patrons the river-drivers, with whom it was most popular.
Kirkwood conceived a wholly senseless curiosity about the other wayfarer.
Here it is but the lodging of a wayfarer turning aside to tarry for the brief night of earth.
The wayfarer, Perceiving the pathway to truth, Was struck with astonishment.
"Everything," said she, "belongs to the wayfarer," and she crossed into the field and milked the cow into a vessel which she had.
Now don't you wish; Madam, you had had compassion on the wayfarer?
Youth, with the passionate voice of Maurice de Guerin, cries eternally: The road of the wayfarer is a joyous one.