And wild-rose, absorbed by that one idea, climbed quickly down the tree to teach the crone.
She named it from the wild-rose tint on one cheek of the apple.
Mcher answered: "When plum-trees bear wheat and wild-rose bushes barley, it is appointed I shall leave this place."
He was thinking of the wild-rose teacher to whom he had given a lift back in Dakota.
Kirkwood could see her head above the wild-rose thickets as she went along the high path by the shore.
It was plain that there in the wild-rose hedge he was teaching his son.
She was a most lovely girl, with a wild-rose complexion and starlike eyes, and full of life and buoyant hope.
The woodwork and the furniture were in white enamel; the paper had a pattern of wild-rose.
Her cheeks began to bloom in a wild-rose tint, and her eyes had a luminous look, as if happiness was shining through them.
Her wild-rose colour came and went; her eyes were full of tears.