A morning-glory vine hanging from a guy wire stirs, like a heavy curtain, in the cool morning breeze.
As with the pink, it is the general form and appearance we strive for in the morning-glory, not the detail.
morning-glory Spring is like a gigantic morning-glory set in the earth.
On the 25th my first morning-glory bloomed in my room,–a hopeful blue,–and at night up came my book in its new dress.
The morning-glory heard this, and she longed to let the little Wren see her face.
A small rosebud, a morning-glory or an orchid added to a bouquet of violets will make it doubly charming.
The morning-glory could also be blown up and popped, and the canterbury-bell.
The sun-flower is gross, but it knows the sun as well as the morning-glory, and turns to it as naturally.
In the sixteenth century the morning-glory was as yet a rare plant with us.
The flower is the morning-glory, the one which responds most readily to the influence of the sun.
A penile erection upon waking: a morning missile wakes him up