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  • Inhaling the vegetative scents of sun-warmed mud, decomposing leaves, and the sharpness of fresh leaf growth, contentment and a wave of sleepiness flowed over me.

    Mercy Kill

  • This same time last year I spent several dreamy days here, gathering basket after basket of sun-warmed figs trying hard not to eat everything I picked, which I transformed into 40 jars of spectacular jam.

    Beyond the Newton

  • When he arrived home from work and settled in his chair with his gin martini they would climb into his lap and he could smell their sun-warmed flesh.

    Two Poets

  • Cara leaned her head on a nearby Explorer, the sun-warmed roof hot under her forehead.

    Choker

  • In the shelter of the steep banks leading down to the river Allen fern fronds swayed in pools of sunlight filtering through the tree canopy, and wisps of mist rose from sun-warmed patches of forest floor.

    Country diary: Allen Banks, Northumberland

  • I struck on ahead and rested for half an hour on a sun-warmed rock as the others caught up.

    Ben Colclough: Mount Kenya: 5,000 m, Mice, Buffalo and Evil Eyes

  • Nice green shoots, smooth, cool (unless sun-warmed).

    mrissa: Definitely not slimy

  • On a summer's afternoon, there was nothing I liked better than to run up the hill, nestle my back against a sun-warmed headstone, and lose myself in daydreams.

    Pythia Peay: Finding Peace and What Really Matters at the Cemetery

  • The pungent scent of sun-warmed lavender fills the apartment.

    These Were the Things That Happened Then

  •  I join her, my sun-warmed arm settling around her slender back.

    An Italian Lunch

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