a small lake;
The path descends to the pond.
This pond often catches in winter.
Wild flowers and grasses rimmed the little pond.
The toy sailboat danced on the pond.
I must swim and swim,or the pond will freeze around me.
In the bath and in the pond,And in the sea again.
Life in a large pond is wonderful!' 'Perhaps it is rather dull here,' thought the foolish frog.
Last time I saw dandelions and ladybugs near the pond.
At that moment, I understood what he'd clumsily tried to explain to me about the swan on that morning we fished together by the pond.
"Well, " I said, "we women have evolved to have our own pond, right inside our own bodies.
My parents discovered the gateway first, when they were young; it was a hot day, the small pond beckoned, and they emerged in another world.
They pass along the base of a waterfall and come to a basin, or pond, completely surrounded by the luminous weeping willows.
In addition, water percolating down from the pond has recharged his well and also irrigates a lush new garden rich in fruit and vegetables that he sells.
Vernon and Ann Jordan had arranged for us to stay on the edge of Oyster Pond in a cottage that belonged to Robert McNamara.
We drove the pickup to the pond that day, looking over the livestock as we went.
The giant snakehead will eat absolutely everything in a body of water then crawl over land to the next pond or lake.
Because adding water to the oceans is not like adding it to a lake or a pond or even a bathtub, where the level rises everywhere uniformly.
So in some wet place, maybe near an undersea hydrothermal vent, maybe in the clay on the shore of a shallow pond, organic molecules started to replicate.
The pond they live in may dry out, but the eggs can survive in the mud for many years.
Once, a group of frogs lived in a little pond.