1 She went alone into the darkness.
2 He loved the darkness and folded himself into it.
3 All the lower wood was in shadow, almost darkness.
4 He was a man in dark green velveteens and gaiters.
5 It was hardly making darkness among the oaks any more.
6 And then a swimming through, like rats in a dark river.
7 The drizzle of rain drifted greyly past upon the darkness.
8 For the rest, all was grey rain-mist and complete darkness.
9 He went down again into the darkness and seclusion of the wood.
10 His eyes seemed full of a warm, soft darkness that could not think.
11 'One man's meat is another man's poison,' he said, out of the darkness.
12 It was cold on this hillside, and not a flower in the darkness of larches.
13 He drew her dress in the darkness down over her knees and stood a few moments, apparently adjusting his own clothing.
14 Clifford started the little engine, the man carefully turned the chair, and set it nose-forwards to the incline that curved gently to the dark hazel thicket.
15 Even above the hissing boom of the larchwood, that spread its bristling, leafless, wolfish darkness on the down-slope, she heard the tinkle as of tiny water-bells.
16 And it seemed she was like the sea, nothing but dark waves rising and heaving, heaving with a great swell, so that slowly her whole darkness was in motion, and she was Ocean rolling its dark, dumb mass.
17 Only a dank ride in a motor-car up a dark, damp drive, burrowing through gloomy trees, out to the slope of the park where grey damp sheep were feeding, to the knoll where the house spread its dark brown facade, and the housekeeper and her husband were hovering, like unsure tenants on the face of the earth, ready to stammer a welcome.
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