1 Beneath was the garden, bathed in sun.
2 He sees me--no, the sun's in his eyes.
3 And it's pleasant now, the sun's not so hot.
4 The view laid bare by the sun was flattened, silenced, stilled.
5 She looked lit up, as if for a banquet, with the sun pouring over her.
6 My brother says, they built the house north for shelter, not south for sun.
7 There were pools of red and purple in the shade; flashes of silver in the sun.
8 Pendant from her chain her cross swung as she leant out and the sun struck it.
9 It never fell as sun, shadow, or rain upon the world, but disregarded the little coloured ball of earth entirely.
10 So none of them would walk by the lily pool at night, only now when the sun shone and the gentry still sat at table.
11 The future shadowed their present, like the sun coming through the many-veined transparent vine leaf; a criss-cross of lines making no pattern.
12 A thread united them--visible, invisible, like those threads, now seen, now not, that unite trembling grass blades in autumn before the sun rises.
13 For by some lucky chance a wall had been built continuing the house, it might be with the intention of adding another wing, on the raised ground in the sun.
14 But no water; and the hills, like grey stuff pleated; and in the sand a hoop of ribs; a bullock maggot-eaten in the sun; and in the shadow of the rock, savages; and in his hand a gun.
15 But somewhere, this cloud, this crust, this doubt, this dust--She waited for a rhyme, it failed her; but somewhere surely one sun would shine and all, without a doubt, would be clear.
16 She knew, she said, pinching a bit of bread to make this emphatic, that Ralph, when he was at the war, couldn't have been killed without her seeing him--"wherever I was, whatever I was doing," she added, waving her hands so that the diamonds flashed in the sun.
17 The sun was sinking; the colours were merging; and the view was saying how after toil men rest from their labours; how coolness comes; reason prevails; and having unharnessed the team from the plough, neighbours dig in cottage gardens and lean over cottage gates.
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