4 edition of dew-wet earth found in the catalog.
Ann E. Wells
|Statement||[by] A. E. Wells.|
|LC Classifications||GR365 .W39|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||73084709|
He remembered yet the East India Tea House at the Fair, the sandalwood, the turbans, and the robes, the cool interior and the smell of India tea; and he had felt now the nostalgic thrill of dew-wet mornings in Spring, the cherry scent, the cool clarion earth, the wet loaminess of the garden, the pungent breakfast smells and the floating snow of. This is the second book in the Goddess Permaculture series from Colette O’Neill at Bealtaine Cottage, Ireland. In this book I explore the ancient landscape, mythology, literature and life around Bealtaine Cottage in search of the Great Goddess. The price of the book includes all postage and packing to wherever you live in the world! - Spiderweb dew water outdoors nature flowers cool dew wet web. - Spiderweb dew water outdoors nature flowers cool dew wet web. Give thanks to Mother Earth for all her gifts densely foggy by Miyako Koumura on px One of 30 images in my “Book of the Weld” that's now on show as part of the Weld Echo. Start studying Book 4 lines. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. As often as night cloaks the earth with dew-wet shadows, as often as the burning constellations rise, So dew-wet Iris flew down through the sky.
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As often as night cloaks the earth with dew-wet shadows, as often as the burning constellations rise, the troubled image of my father Anchises warns and terrifies me in dream: about my son Ascanius and the wrong to so dear a person, whom I cheat of a Hesperian kingdom, and pre-destined fields.
The book De Mundo (composed before BC or between and BC) described: Dew is moisture minute in composition falling from a clear sky; ice is water congealed in a condensed form from a clear sky; hoar-frost is congealed dew, and 'dew-frost' is dew which is half congealed.
In Greek mythology, Ersa is the goddess and personification of dew. A.E. Wells is the author of Daybreak ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), The Dew Wet Earth ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), an. Upper Missouri River, Against the wild grandeur of the Rocky mountains and a richly woven tapestry of Indian cultures--Sioux, Mandan, Crow, Shoshoni--Coyote Summer unfolds into an unforgettable tale of love and reconciliation, destiny, and the indomitable two people could be more different: Heals Like A Willow, a beautiful young Shoshoni medicine woman, and Richard /5(79).
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the dew-wet goddess yokes her shining horses: this, Paphian myrtle: this, purple amethyst, dawn roses, and the Thracian crane’s grey. Your chestnuts are not lacking, Amaryllis, and almonds: and wax gives its name to various wools. As many as the flowers the new world, in warm spring, bears when vine-buds wake, and dark winter vanishes.
Fortunately, in Montana, few people littered, so there were only a half dozen rusted beer cans, a couple of plastic water bottles and several pieces of dew-wet cardboard in the weeds. He was about to give up when he spotted what looked like a scrap of white paper caught high in the grass/5(5).
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Dark leaves, dark earth, slow-breathing and at rest, Whence frail scents rise of dew-wet grass and mold. A single star gleams diamond-clear and cold, Like one sharp note from elfin viol wrest.
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I’m warm. That’s the first thing I feel, a kind of humid and earthy warmth all around me. I no longer smelled the musty book jackets or crackling fireplace of Pascale’s library, but the cool sweet smell of dew-wet grass.
When I open my eyes, I’m in some kind of dark, damp corridor. High quality Different inspired Mugs by independent artists and designers from around the world.
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She died in Point Vernon on Christmas Eve Dew-wet red berries in a cup. On the hills, the beginnings of green, clover and grass to be pasture. The fowls singing and then settling for the night. Bright, silent, thousands of stars.
You come into the peace of simple things. From the author of the 'compelling' and 'luminous' essays of The World-Ending Fire comes a slim volume of poems. Of dawn and dancing upon Argive earth For this great end. All hail!—What ho, within. And rain—and from the ground the river dew—Wet, always wet.
Into our clothes it grew, The name “Apollon” suggested “apollyon,” Destroying the form which is actually used in the Book of Revelation (Rev. 11). Observe how, during the. / By what way is the light parted, which scattereth the east wind upon the earth.
/ Who hath divided a watercourse for the overflowing of waters, or a way for the lightning of thunder; / To cause it to rain on the earth, where no man is; on the wilderness, wherein there is no man; / To satisfy the desolate and waste ground; and to cause the bud.
The dew-wet footprints in the moss are His. I follow to the cross. And what is heaviest and mute Is found, is freed, is raised In a single, silver strand of praise. I join hands with others and the earth, Step into this costly dance.
For eternal is the wheel and endless is the dance That grinds the seasons of the soul Where nothing falls but. He remembered yet the East India Tea House at the Fair, the sandalwood, the turbans, and the robes, the cool interior and the smell of India tea; and he had felt now the nostalgic thrill of dew-wet mornings in Spring, the cherry scent, the cool clarion earth, the wet loaminess of the garden, the pungent breakfast smells and the floating snow of 4/5(32).
Margaret Whitlam A Biography by Mitchell, Susan Encounter at Nagalarramba by Poignant, Roslyn; Poignant, Axel The Dew-Wet Earth by Wells, A.E ADVENTURE UNLIMITED, illustrated by Douglas Relf by JOHNS, CAPTAIN W. Strong man in a dark pub on the earth's behalf. On a wall at dusk, "Big John" sings of a black cow that wanders "through / the dew-wet fields of Ireland"; the young Montague doesn't view Author: Nick Laird.
While she picks tomatoes, he pushes the lawnmower through the dew-wet grass. Afterwards, he always helps her make teacakes from scratch, breaking the eggs and stirring the batter. The secret country of yourself is your unique inner cosmos, the place you visit in your dreams and fantasies, your visions and imaginings.
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I love the water. Everything about it. Smelling the humidity in the air, seeing the mist rise in the morning, feeling the dew-wet grass on my bare feet.
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Another branch snapped and I toed the door open. The smell of dew-wet pine wafted in. I slid the rifle’s nose into the crack. I held my breath. She was up on her haunches, weight back—all six hundred pounds of it, her arms raised, like the dancing bear I saw in Barnum & Bailey’s Fantastic Roadshow when I was a boy.
But this was no dancing. Tench, Watkin. A Narrative of an Expedition to Botany Bay and A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson, London, 2 volumes, and Collins, David.
'General Remarks on the Sydney Aborigines', in An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales London, andvol.1, ppRepublished by A.H. The fault in our stars, p The Fault in Our Stars, p and I didn’t want to see his parents sink to their knees in the dew-wet grass and moan in pain, and I didn’t want to see Peter Van Houten’s alcoholic belly stretched against his linen jacket, and I didn’t want to cry in Ratings: "This book is a human document of intense interest, and without a parallel, we suppose, in the history of literature."— My garden would be a silent patch of earth strewn with sticks of a variety of shapes and smells.
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I spent three hours to-day copying one and am so. Taking off my shoes and socks, I place my feet cautiously upon the dew-wet grass. The cold against my toes surprises me, on this bright morning; early autumn, with the lingering golden light of late summer.
I reach down to touch the earth, and whisper words of thanks and blessing. Road noise and the influence of Weather factors Deep rumbling road noise is a true companion on my nature recording trips around in Denmark.
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