flower-crowned love

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  • And his kahilis were waved over me, and his attendants were mine, and he was mine; and from my flower-crowned hair to my happy feet I was a woman loved.

    ON THE MAKALOA MAT

  • They sing, and dance, and all are flower-bejewelled and flower-crowned.

    Good-bye, Jack

  • These, in turn, were crowded out by Japanese women, doll-like, stepping mincingly on wooden clogs; by Eurasians, delicate featured, stamped with degeneracy; by full-bodied South-Sea-Island women, flower-crowned and brown-skinned.

    Chapter 1

  • There were no flower-crowned men and maidens, no brown babies rolling in the shade of the avocado trees.

    THE DEVILS OF FUATINO

  • As the chain roared and surged through the hawse-pipe he noticed a number of native women, lusciously large as only those of Polynesia are, in flowing ahu's, flower-crowned, stream out on the deck of the schooner on the beach.

    THE DEVILS OF FUATINO

  • I shall make an end of merry drinking parties, and of flower-crowned feasts and of the music which possessed my house.

    Alcestis

  • Greenford, a fair picture of the Blessed, and they walking in the meads of Paradise, clad in like raiment, men and women; their heads flower-crowned, their feet naked in the harmless blossomed grass; hand in hand they walk, with all wrath passed for ever, all desire changed into loving-kindness, all the anguish of forgiveness forgotten.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • The evening of the day we landed, parties of officers and ladies mounted at the door, and with much mirth disappeared on moonlight rides, and the white robes of flower-crowned girls gleamed among the trees, as groups of natives went by speaking a language which sounded more like the rippling of water than human speech.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • Faded into shadow that white mosaic of flower-crowned faces set in the amphitheatre of jet, and vast shadows dropped upon the high-flung tiers and shrouded them.

    The Moon Pool

  • A flower-crowned, tentacled horror lazing in a rocking chair made of human bones tracked their progress down this boulevard of horrors with organs that were not eyes.

    A Triumph of Souls

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