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“Like a love-lighted watchfire, all night at the gate.”
“But do thou, my love, retire; the cold morn and fitful breeze will make thy cheek pale, and fill with languor thy love-lighted eyes.”
“Though I pressed my hot fingers against my close-shut eyes, I still could see my poor love's white, set face, the great hollows in his bearded cheeks, the blue veins on his thin temples, and the large eyes, one moment all love-lighted, the next, stricken with horror at the sight of my unfaith.”
“The countenance is finely wrought, and marks the innocency and candor of the young heart; the open brow, the love-lighted eye, all exemplifying characteristics of that period of life, untrammelled with care or anxious thought.”
“We have love-lighted looks, we have work, we have books,”
“Hurrah for the thistle, &c. Round the love-lighted hames o 'our ain native land --”
“For, after all, who can gauge the importance of the first world-impression on the tiny soul -- just out from Heaven and soon to creep out from the love-lighted eyes?”
“He and the tired woman with the love-lighted eyes had been staying in there together having such a dreamy, comfy time talking and crooning to each other; and he had builded a grand vision of the outside, sunshiny place where the birds sang and flowers wafted faint perfumery.”
“Now she was close, so close that he could see her lips parted, and her eyes love-lighted -- like nothing in the world but darkness wild with dew and starlight.”
“But we had each other and the vision to see all these things coming to us," Virginia said as she looked up into her husband's face with love-lighted eyes.”
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