|Hoyt & Roberts, comps. Hoyts New Cyclopedia of Practical Quotations. 1922.|
| Within the woods,|
Whose young and half transparent leaves scarce cast
A shade, gray circles of anemones
Danced on their stalks.
BryantThe Old Mans Counsel.
|Thy subtle charm is strangely given,|
My fancy will not let thee be,
Then poise not thus twixt earth and heaven,
O white anemone!
|Anemone, so well|
Named of the wind, to which thou art all free.
George MacDonaldWild Flowers. L. 9.
|From the soft wing of vernal breezes shed,|
Anemones, auritulas, enriched
With shining meal oer all their velvet leaves.
ThomsonThe Seasons. Spring. L. 533.