Kalliope pointed to the harbour with a finger which trembled with excitement.
Kalliope did not understand the questions, but guessed at what her mistress asked.
Kalliope held her dripping oars above the water and stared at the writhing hose.
Then Kalliope, memory wakened in her, grew suddenly hopeful.
I do not believe any harm of that girl Kalliope; she has such an honest, modest pair of eyes.
The Queen sent Kalliope across the harbour to the palace with a note to Smith.
I really must go to bed, and consider which is to be faced first, she or Kalliope.'
She and Kalliope ran down to the steps where their boat lay moored.
Kalliope, hopeless of explaining herself in Megalian, fell back on her small store of English words.
Kalliope had learned it from them when they first visited the island.