GLOWS


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GLOWSGreat Lakes Olde World Syder Competition (Michigan)
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In the darkness of the night one of the servants noticed, above the high body of a coach standing before the porch, the small glow of another fire.
The glow spread, rising and failing, farther and farther still.
And it was as if they had all only waited for this to realize the significance for them of the glow they were watching.
For they don't, else would the thousandth pipe of opium be provocative of similar delights to the first, else would one cocktail, instead of several, produce an equivalent glow after a year of cocktails.
All I wanted, and all I would take, was just enough to glow and warm me, to kick geniality alive in me and put laughter in my throat and stir the maggots of imagination slightly in my brain.
Ripple would have gladly stayed to watch them longer, for she fancied low, sweet voices called her, and lovely faces seemed to look upon her as she passed; but higher up still, nearer to the sun, she saw a far-off light, that glittered like a brilliant crimson star, and seemed to cast a rosy glow along the sky.
give me each a little light from your own breasts, and surely they will glow the brighter for this kindly deed; and I will thankfully repay it if I can.
She shall still recline Upon the scented balustrade and glow With spring that thrills her warm blood into wine.
Then she turned slowly back to the glow of her own radiant hearthstone.
She didn't seem to be aware of anything and only spoke - always to the glow.
in thy bright, clear flow Of crystal, wandering water, Thou art an emblem of the glow Of beauty - the unhidden heart - The playful maziness of art In old Alberto's daughter;
Forthwith, however, as soon as the order was given, there was an intense red glow out of the bowl of the pipe, and a whiff of smoke came from Mother Rigby's lips.