One beautiful summer morning this Winged Horse appeared at the fountain of the Muses on Mount Helicon.
He thought that with his Winged Horse, he could do anything.
Longfellow, I believe, is not yet at the Oxbow, else the Winged Horse would neigh at him.
And sometimes, when I look down into the water, I see the image of the Winged Horse in the picture of the sky that is there.
The author here alludes to the hypogryphe, a Winged Horse, invented by Ariosto, that carried the Paladins through the air.
The Winged Horse snorted, and shook with anger, and tried to unseat his rider by every258 trick known to equine ingenuity.
Among their possessions, the Muses and Apollo had a Winged Horse, named Pegasus.
Vikher, mounted on his Winged Horse that breathed fire, leapt into the mirrored room, then stopped amazed at the sight before him.
But, now-a-days, I hardly know what to think, and very seldom think about the Winged Horse at all.
And sometimes when I look down into the water, I see the image of the Winged Horse, in the picture of the sky that is there.