Concordance for Everybody's St. Francis : by Maurice Francis Egan... with pictures by M. Boutet de Monvel.

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2. vices for the dead should be lined with green, the color of hope [7] EVERYBODY S ST.
3. ck of the race of the of Swabia, alert, Red-bearded, graceful, and treacherous, was
4. arlanded the front of their houses with green bushes and strewn the flowers of the se
5. arth; the fountains would have run with red and white wine, and Peter Bernardone [8
6. e fountains would have run with red and white wine, and Peter Bernardone [8] YOUTH OF
7. . . of Siena had Tuscan wine barrels of white down your cellars stored supine; And mo
8. the fresh waters, Oh, for the free the green air again, fields, the old of sports, t
9. Francis nightingale beside a brilliant brown peacock. That as a night at Spoleto he
10. uts in his luxury; and for The scent of orange-blossoms in hell. man him and surrounde
11. w sweet the taste of the almond and the orange-flower was to his lips, provided dainti
12. said, — a proof nobihty. Madonna — brown hands had slim of his fingers, his skin
13. as delicate, and his beard was thin and black. His face was delicately oval, eyes cle
14. anging his of the "poor men" of Assisi. brown robe Forward they for Brother went to t
15. s salads, were, their only portion. The gray of the olive-tree, the speckled red- an
16. he gray of the olive-tree, the speckled red- and-white roses, and the changing sky,
17. f the olive-tree, the speckled red- and-white roses, and the changing sky, held great
18. ld crucify herself daily Damian's, that gray same, little building, to-day the olive
19. the prelates who with were splendid in purple and lectics. red, ghttering gold and am
20. th were splendid in purple and lectics. red, ghttering gold and amethyst, learned i
21. word of God; but why learn to read the black letters, even when to illumined and azu
22. ls in the hands and feet were round and black, and the points somewhat long and bent,
23. n pierced by a lance, was the mark of a red wound, from which the sacred blood ofte

Author: Eric Lease Morgan <emorgan@nd.edu>
Date created: October 16, 2010
Date updated: August 23, 2016
URL: http://concordance.library.nd.edu/app/