His mother, on a stuel, At the crannied hearth prepared his gruel.
Flower in the crannied wall,I pluck you out of the crannies.Tennyson.
The little flower in the crannied wall could tell what God and man is.
We think of Tennyson's "little flower in the crannied wall."
Then a hissing ensued, and a roll of shingle, and the water poured huddling and lappeting back from the chine itself had crannied.
On the west, a perpendicular mole, crannied like an old ruin, lifts itself straight up towards the sky.
A 'flower in the crannied wall' in that 'pure water' sand-pile in New Mexico.