"And rhodora will count two," said he, his eyes following her.
There the agony ended for the other girls, and there it began for rhodora Boyd.
For this and the other varieties see rhodora of September, 1919.
Whittier himself noted that he was indebted for this line to Emerson's "rhodora"
Together we observed rhodora, standing close by Grandmother's side.
The Gay Lady took rhodora down to the river, and out in the boat.
"The selfsame power that brought me here brought you," he says to beautiful rhodora.
It is like the rhodora at home, in respect to coming very early,—the flowers before the leaves.
At luncheon rhodora had rather monopolized the conversation.
Then she sat by her, listening and talking—doing much more listening than talking—leaving rhodora to me.