from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An ember-day.
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I turned my back and went back to the embering campfire with a single roll and a single meal cooking.
Beauty in elegy, mournfully sweet, the blush of youth behind a widow's veil, the deer's last leap, the fire embering, the last echoing word of a sad tale, the parting kiss, the heart's last beat, two forgotten and ancient souls remembering;
He came over, looked at her in the dim red light of the embering campfire,
Khrest lay supine, his embering eyes barely aware of the alien skies above him.
No one cried, no one ran away or uttered a lamentation, though their hearts were very heavy as they sent loving messages to Father, rem - embering, as they spoke that it might be too late to deliver them.
Is there not the fervid, the burning of intensity of feeling in the ray’s glowing into or embering back?