1 There were leaves on the trees.
2 I'd make it penal, leaving litter.
3 "Leave off grubbing," she said sharply.
4 "And leaving books on the floor," said her brother.
5 Fade far away and quite forget what thou amongst the leaves hast never known.
6 She fluttered her eye over the surface, naming leaves India, Africa, America.
7 There," Isa mused, "would the dead leaf fall, when the leaves fall, on the water.
8 She waited, as one waits for the strain of an organ to die out before leaving church.
9 But had to follow, leaving Giles to welcome the approaching Manresa, who had him in thrall.
10 At my behest the miser leaves his hoard untouched; at peace the mother sees her children play.
11 The little grapes above them were green buds; the leaves thin and yellow as the web between birds' claws.
12 And then had been spun between them an early morning thread before the twigs and leaves of real friendship emerge.
13 At my behest, the armed warrior lays his shield aside; the heathen leaves the Altar steaming with unholy sacrifice.
14 There had always been lilies there, self-sown from wind-dropped seed, floating red and white on the green plates of their leaves.
15 Leaning, silent, sardonic, against the door he was like a withered willow, bent over a stream, all its leaves shed, and in his eyes the whimsical flow of the waters.
16 Then the wind rose, and in the rustle of the leaves even the great words became inaudible; and the audience sat staring at the villagers, whose mouths opened, but no sound came.
17 And the trees with their many-tongued much syllabling, their green and yellow leaves hustle us and shuffle us, and bid us, like the starlings, and the rooks, come together, crowd together, to chatter and make merry while the red cow moves forward and the black cow stands still.
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