Among twenty snowy mountains, The only moving thing Was the eye of the blackbird.
The tall, impossibly tall, incomparably tall, city shoulderingly upwards into hard sunlight leaned a little through the octaves of its parallel edges, leaningly strode upwards into firm, hard, snowy sunlight; the noises of America nearingly throbbed with smokes and hurrying dots which are men and which are women and which are things new and curious and hard and strange and vibrant and immense, lifting with a great ondulous stride firmly into immortal sunlight?e. e. cummings
The laughing dames in who he did delight, Whose large blue eyes, fair locks, and snowy hands, Might shake the saintship of an anchorite.Rochdale
The stormy March has come at last,With winds and clouds and changing skies;I hear the rushing of the blastThat through the snowy valley flies.william cullen bryant
On thy fair bosom, silver lake,The wild swan spreads his snowy sail,And round his breast the ripples breakAs down he bears before the gale.james gates percival
Tradition wears a snowy beard, romance is always young.john greenleaf whittier
Among twenty snowy mountains, The only moving thing Was the eye of the blackbird .wallace stevens
She saw the snowy poles of moonless Mars
The swallow is come! The swallow is come! O, fair are the seasons, and light Are the days that she brings, With her dusky wings, And her bosom snowy white!Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Morn dawns: and with it stern Albania's hills... Robed half in mist, bedewed with snowy rills.
Over the river they beckon to me, loved ones who've crossed to the farther side. The gleam of their snowy robes I see, but their voices are lost in the dashing tide.N. A. W. Priest
See yonder little cloud, that, borne aloft So tenderly by the wind, floats fast away Over the snowy peaks!Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The fair azalea bows Beneath its snowy crest.
Above me are the Alps, The palaces of Nature, whose vast walls Have pinnacled in clouds their snowy scalps, And throned Eternity in icy halls Of cold sublimity, where forms and falls The avalanche – the thunderbolt of snow! All that expands the spirit, yet appals, Gather around these summits, as to show How Earth may pierce to Heaven, yet leave vain man below.lord byron
snowy, Flowy, Blowy, Showery, Flowery, Bowery, Hoppy,Croppy, Droppy, Breezy, Sneezy, Freezy.
He hails from snowy River, up by Kosciusko's side,Where the hills are twice as steep, and twice as rough;Where the horse's hoofs strike firelight from the flintstones every stride,The man that holds his own is good enough.And the snowy River riders on the mountains make their home,Where the river runs those giant hills between;I have seen full many horsemen since I first commenced to roam,But nowhere yet such horsemen have I seen.andrew paterson
...the wind had dropped, and the snow, tired of rushing around in circles trying to catch itself up, now fluttered gently down until it found a place on which to rest, and sometimes the place was Pooh's nose and sometimes it wasn't and in a little while Piglet was wearing a white muffler round his neck and feeling more snowy behind the ears than he had ever felt before.