DIM


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DIM

days in milk.
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We noted not the dim lake of Auber,(Though once we had journeyed down here) We remembered not the dank tarn of Auber, Nor the ghoul-haunted woodland of Weir.
But though it all brought for him thus a dim light, "You 'pitied' him?
A mist cloud hanging at the river's brim, Pink almond flowers along the purple bough, A hut rose-girdled under moon-swept skies, A painted bridge half-seen in shadows dim, -- These are the splendours of the poor, and thou, O wine of spring, the vintage of the wise.
He halted, and looked down upon a man who lay in a dim light, and had not noticed us thus far, or spoken.
I was still on the hill-side upon which this house now stands, and the shoulder rose above me grey and dim.
Again, when I am in the company of one of my two hexagonal Grandsons, contemplating one of his sides (AB) full front, it will be evident from the accompanying diagram that I shall see one whole line (AB) in comparative brightness (shading off hardly at all at the ends) and two smaller lines (CA and BD) dim throughout and shading away into greater dimness towards the extremities C and D.
They turned into a long, dim corridor that was lined on either side with tall, graceful plants.
They're mostly dim and smoky, or like they're made out of fog, but this one wasn't.
All the time the strangeness of him was shaping itself in my mind; and as I talked I peered at his odd, pallid face in the dim light of the binnacle lantern behind me.
Her light had not yet reached the harbor, the further side of which was shadowy and suggestive, with dim coves and rich glooms and jewelling lights.
The old bare, gray church, situated at some little distance from the village, looked a lonelier object than usual in the dim starlight.
Then into the forest little Annie went; and as she passed along the dim, cool paths, the wood-flowers smiled up in her face, gay squirrels peeped at her, as they swung amid the vines, and doves cooed softly as she wandered by; but none could answer her.