There was a dull sound of falling water
not far off; and the leaves of the old tree stirred gently in the night wind.
But the preoccupation of his mind so hindered him from planning any walk, or taking heed of the objects he passed, that his first consciousness of being near the Weir, was derived from the sound of the falling water
close at hand.
There is still the plash of falling water
in fair Fountain Court, and there are yet nooks and corners where dun-haunted students may look down from their dusty garrets, on a vagrant ray of sunlight patching the shade of the tall houses, and seldom troubled to reflect a passing stranger's form.
But the wall of ice on top the bank, and extending down into the falling water
The voice of the falling water
, like the voices of the sea and the wind, were as an outer memory to a contemplative listener; but not particularly so to Mr Riderhood, who sat on one of the blunt wooden levers of his lock-gates, dozing.
Here and there seemed mighty rifts in the mountains, through which, as the sun began to sink, we saw now and again the white gleam of falling water
After a while, she spoke in low melodious tones, which mingled in my ear with the distant murmur of the falling water
, until the two sounds became one.
They had advanced a considerable distance when there sounded faintly from far ahead the muffled roar of falling water
, which increased in volume as they moved forward until at last it filled the corridor with a deafening sound.
Dissociating itself from the murmur of the bees, a murmur arose of falling water
Now and again there blew a puff of wind, but these sheets of falling water
kept it down.
It was somewhere near this part of the day that the noise of falling waters
, which we had faintly caught in the early morning, became more distinct; and it was not long before we were arrested by a rocky precipice of nearly a hundred feet in depth, that extended all across the channel, and over which the wild stream poured in an unbroken leap.
The deceitful strength which had buoyed Eva up for a little while was fast passing away; seldom and more seldom her light footstep was heard in the verandah, and oftener and oftener she was found reclined on a little lounge by the open window, her large, deep eyes fixed on the rising and falling waters
of the lake.