While skylark is away, in the countryside, they chance upon a vitality that has evaded them for too many years.
I read his skylark—a winged flame—passionate as blood—tender as tears—pure as light.
I'll ask Sir Robert to let me have the 'skylark,' because his captain is so reliable.
The skylark was now going up Belfast Bay, close-hauled, but still laying her course.
"I will," laughed the skipper, who had kept one eye on the skylark all the time.
But she heard the chirrup of the sparrows, the call of thrush and blackbird, and far away the hymn of praise of the skylark.
Everything has been perfectly fair, and the skylark has beaten the Sea Foam.
Besides, we'd better eat in the skylark most of the time, to keep our cook good-natured.
If we can't build a boat as fast as the skylark, I want to know it.
At length June arrived; and though winter lingered in spates, the song of the skylark and the thrush heralded the spring.