Mrs. Hemans apostrophizes this tree in one of her early poems.
"Now, fly back to the lady, you young scamp," he apostrophizes.
He often apostrophizes Scotland, and is, or would be, enthusiastically patriotic.
The doctor comes in with his letters for the post, and apostrophizes Valentine with a harmless clerical joke.
Almanzor, too, confidently diagnoses his own condition and apostrophizes fate.
As he looks from his tower towards the Church of the Ravissante, he apostrophizes her who is enthroned there.
Ausonius, for instance, apostrophizes the rhetorician Attius Patera as sprung from a race of Druids.
The poet comes upon the scene of his first love, and apostrophizes the natural objects about him.
In another he apostrophizes her as "My benefactress, my teacher,—magistra—my sister, my mother."
He apostrophizes them, but the words are really an upbraiding of himself for pride.