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  • Though I play at the edges of knowing, truly I know our part is not knowing, but looking, and touching, and loving, which is the way I walked on, softly, through the pale-pink morning light. from Why I Wake Early (2004)

    Mary Oliver Poetry FTW!

  • That's what the neon sign says in capital letters the color of pale-pink petals.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Woman in the Window

  • I'm not even going to try to make the watermelon and lobster ceviche, a pale-pink rosette strewn with tiny herbs, blossoms and tapioca pearls that looks so appealing in the photograph.

    Modernism on a Fork

  • There are pictures of fruits and of flowers that are reminiscent of Josef Sudek; "Katonah, 2009" is a bunch of pale-pink hydrangeas wrapped in a newspaper's classified ads.

    Sweetness and Light: Reveling in Simplicity

  • Just spied Amanda Seyfried in what looks to be a pale-pink one-shoulder dress.

    We’re Live-Blogging From The Golden Globes Red Carpet! » MTV Movies Blog

  • And starts chewing on the petite pale-pink bow that has held it together all these years.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Stand-Up Nanny

  • There, Ms. Lively sports a pale-pink cage dress by couturier Georges Chakra, who debuts his collection at Lincoln Center today.

    From Runway to Small Screen

  • Coppola brightened when asked about one striking fashion moment in the film, when Fanning who was tall and athletically built at 11 when she made the film, and is even bigger a year later dons a beautiful pale-pink dress to attend an awards show.

    Sofia Coppola On Her 'Uniform' & Lending Dresses To Elle Fanning

  • She sat up, swung her legs over the side of the bed, and found that a pale-pink silk wrapper trimmed in soft lace that matched the lace-trimmed gown had been laid out on a chair beside the bed, ready for her to put on, even though she had not heard anyone come in.

    red dust

  • Flowers, pale-pink, and like velvet to the touch (she touched them) grew out of the stones, their narrow serpentine leaves twisting, sighing.

    New Race

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