In childhood man is sensitive as a wind harp to all natural influences; he is an epitome of the gladness and beauty of the world.
She was not that woman's child; I was sure of if; for her voice was as sweet as a wind harp.
Phil went up-stairs and gathered together the broken pieces of his wind harp.
The purpose that was in them broke into a wild war-music, as the wind harp swells and screams under the breath of the storm.
Phil went up stairs and gathered together the broken pieces of his wind harp.
Did Whitfield pronounce the word Mesopotamia like a wind harp sighing exquisite music?
A little shiver of sweet sad sounds came from the wind harp.
As lavish a minstrel as the pewee pater familias is under most circumstances, that morning he was too busy to tune his wind harp.
A little shiver of sweet, sad sounds came from the wind harp.