1 No flower felt it; no field; no garden.
2 And hand him, as she handed him, a flower.
3 The bud has flowered; the flower has fallen.
4 The flower blazed between the angles of the roots.
5 Down on his knees grubbing he held the flower complete.
6 Now may I pluck," Isa murmured, picking a rose, "my single flower.
7 See the flowers, how they ray their redness, whiteness, silverness and blue.
8 There, sauntering solitary far away by the flower beds was Mrs. Giles escaping.
9 And the tree was beyond the flower; the grass, the flower and the tree were entire.
10 Here came the sun--an illimitable rapture of joy, embracing every flower, every leaf.
11 The flower petal sank; the maid returned to the kitchen; Bartholomew sipped his wine.
12 "He is my husband," Isabella thought, as they nodded across the bunch of many-coloured flowers.
13 Then there was a roar and a hot breath and a stream of coarse grey hair rushed between him and the flower.
14 He loved flowers, and arranging them, and placing the green sword or heart shaped leaf that came, fitly, between them.
15 On different levels ourselves went forward; flower gathering some on the surface; others descending to wrestle with the meaning; but all comprehending; all enlisted.
16 It was a pity that the man who had built Pointz Hall had pitched the house in a hollow, when beyond the flower garden and the vegetables there was this stretch of high ground.
17 It was by this name that he had called her when they were children; when she had trotted after him as he fished, and had made the meadow flowers into tight little bunches, winding one long grass stalk round and round and round.
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