So they held the prisoner fast, and led him to the brooklet, nipping his throat tightly to choke an outcry.
They had been sitting beside the brooklet, on the soft green-sward.
There was once a brooklet born of a modest spring that circled through a smiling meadow.
Without a word Paul vanished in the thick undergrowth beyond the brooklet.
Gazing, with a timid glance, On the brooklet's swift advance, On the river's broad expanse!
Mr. Burley was indeed very differently attired since the first interview by the brooklet.
How the brooklet was born; and lodged; and wandered off one rainy day.
Yet the brook—though time flees faster, who can grudge one glance at brooklet?
Overlooking, and enjoying the gambols of these fish, the discontented brooklet often amused herself.
There is a little wood in the upper corner, cool and shadowy, with a brooklet set deep in mosses, trickling through the midst.