The Silver Donkey Famous Quotes & Sayings

3 The Silver Donkey Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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The distant sea, lapping the sandy shore with measured sound; the nearer cries of the donkey-boys; the unusual scenes moving before her like pictures, which she cared not in her laziness to have fully explained before they passed away; the stroll down to the beach to breathe the sea-air, soft and warm on the sandy shore even at the end of November; the great long misty sea-line touching the tender-coloured sky; the white sail of a distant boat turning silver in some pale sunbeam: - it seemed as if she could dream her life away in such luxury of pensiveness, in which she made her present all in all, from not daring to think of the past, or wishing to contemplate the future.Elizabeth Gaskell The Silver Donkey Sayings By Elizabeth Gaskell: The distant sea, lapping the sandy shore with measured sound; the nearer cries of the
Kingslund's dress will be a matching one in silver. They will be absolutely exquisite. Jen would be exquisite. I'd probably look like a donkey at the races. With ribbons on it.Mark Henwick The Silver Donkey Sayings By Mark Henwick: Kingslund's dress will be a matching one in silver. They will be absolutely exquisite. Jen
They thought back on the tales that the soldier had told. They remembered Hazel, the gentle Bethlehem donkey, who used the last of her strength helping those who needed her. They remembered the donkey who stood on the mountain and accepted suffering so that others would not know pain. They remembered the donkey with a hundred names, the sturdy friend of Jack who proved that the most humble being can have the most courageous heart. They gazed at the soldier, who said, 'I fear that John will be sorry he gave the silver donkey to me. The silver donkey belongs to the trustworthy and the brave.Sonya Hartnett The Silver Donkey Sayings By Sonya Hartnett: They thought back on the tales that the soldier had told. They remembered Hazel, the