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  • His mouth stretches into the rotten-toothed leer that manages to achieve sexy and forsaken with one tongue-lurching spasm - he can still do that - and his eyelids droop slow until his long lashes meet his cheekbones, his lips settle into that bow-shaped kiss-pout carved proud from plums

    My Dead

  • Rainbow: An arc or bow-shaped display of spectral colors resulting from the refraction of white light falling on spherical water droplets in the atmosphere.

    Celestial Phenomena

  • His small body warm, though the thin blue line outlining his bow-shaped lips reminded her that, exactly like her other children, he had never taken a breath.

    Sea Escape

  • Hoodie crows; thoughts of them accompanied his walk down through the old part of town, past churches and shops and bars, past the back of the market and the auction rooms, left at another church, to the stone stairs, the treads of which were bow-shaped by centuries of people making their way down to the river.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • Lily was a self-assured, frisky little thing with a pretty, doll-like face, bow-shaped lips, pale porcelain skin, and large brilliant blue eyes.

    Pure Paradise

  • His bow-shaped mouth was slightly open, and his sweet baby breath caressed my face with each rise and fall of his chest.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Devotional Stories for Women

  • Beverly's lips shine, her beautiful bow-shaped lips never needing gloss.

    Dead Mothers

  • Something about his upturned, bow-shaped horns strikes me as familiar, but it takes me a moment to get it: Lascaux.

    Pleistocene Park: Where the Auroxen Roam

  • His face, with the bow-shaped lips and dramatically arched cheekbones that we shared, was the same, but he wore a serious expression.

    I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone

  • The bulls had massive bow-shaped horns and I was reminded of Sean Connery at our place one time in Ireland.

    Long Way Down


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