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  • Behind him, the horse dropped its head and began cropping at the dew-drenched grass, the homey sound an odd juxtaposition to the tension spinning out between them.


  • When he had summoned up enough energy to lift his eyelids, the Tar Man saw a multitude of rainbows in the dew-drenched grass.


  • I take a few blows from roots and rocks and stuff, but I'm not too badly beat up when I land in the rough, spiny and dew-drenched grass.

    Hard To Know You Can't Go Back

  • By then exhausted, we tumbled down, one by one, landing on the soft fragrant beds of clover, the sweet dew-drenched grass kissing our faces.

    The Hunt

  • Reading Munro, I often feel like that little girl, my mother, shivering in her dew-drenched nightgown, determinedly searching for an elusive, valuable thing.

    The View from Castle Rock: Summary and book reviews of The View from Castle Rock by Alice Munro.

  • It starts with a very green muguet, and that is the stage I enjoy the most; the scent has a dew-drenched feel of an early, cool spring morning…then the perfume grows considerably sweeter and stronger, this is when I smell lily maybe Casablanca lily and freesia.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • I will stare up at the milky way, and feel the cool, dew-drenched breeze on my face coming to wash over the dark desert, scorched from its day.

    madrigle Diary Entry

  • He fell, tumbling over and over, clawed by weedstalks and dew-drenched grass.


  • Taen shivered miserably in dew-drenched weeds, arms clenched around her knees.


  • I wanted water; a woman brought it, cold from the stream, in a dew-drenched stone jar capped with a cup.

    The Urth of the New Sun


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