There was the quaint old "four-poster," and, hanging from the top rail, was the body of an old man.
"And this four-poster with the pineapple tops and the canopy," she goes on.
In the far corner of the large room was the four-poster, and underneath the clothes a silent figure.
So had the old woman in the four-poster looked eighty years ago.
Phyllis need have had no fears, for there was not a moment spared in regret for the four-poster bed.
She lay in the four-poster, shut in from distracting sounds and sights by the curtains.
"It's your little son talking to you," says Ivy, as calm as if she was sitting up in a four-poster.
One of the panelled rooms was half-filled with presses and a four-poster bed.
She kissed her hand to looking-glass and four-poster, flung me a last fervid smile, and was gone.
But we have a four-poster in this sale, Mr. Winters, quickly said one of the floor-men.