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I gazed awhile On her cold smile; Too cold-too cold for me-- There passed, as a shroud, A fleecy cloud, And I turned away to thee,
Our messengers have gone fearfully, and with cold looks and courtly words offered him rich gifts, things he cared not for, and with equal pride has he sent them back.
Little Kay was quite blue, yes nearly black with cold; but he did not observe it, for she had kissed away all feeling of cold from his body, and his heart was a lump of ice.
She was a tall, spare, stately woman, with thick black hair, cold grey eyes, and extremely sallow complexion.
When she opened them something very cold ran up her legs and up her arms and dropped into her heart.
During the night he was awakened by a sense of bitter cold and the low moaning of the oxen that were tied to the trek-tow, every ox in its place.
A second cold snap came on, but cold or warm it was all the same, an unbroken trail.
So thought the mother; and thought, likewise, that the new snow, just fallen from heaven, would be excellent material to make new beings of, if it were not so very cold.
See, I have had a fur cloak made for each of us, and if we put them on I shall not feel the heat so much nor you the cold.
The expression of her face was cold and ungracious.
My dear," Princess Mary entering at such a moment would say, "little Nicholas can't go out today, it's very cold.
But Vasili Andreevich did not answer and his stomach and legs were stiff and cold and heavy like iron weights.