1 And she was fresh and young like a flower.
2 The poor flowers hung over, limp on their stalks.
3 Even she caught the faint, tarry scent of the flowers.
4 It was cold on this hillside, and not a flower in the darkness of larches.
5 She hated breaking the flowers, but she wanted just one or two to go with her.
6 It killed, he said to himself, the real flower of the intimacy between him and her.
7 The sun was setting rosy as she entered the wood, but she pressed on among the flowers.
8 And she pushed a campion flower in his moustache, where it stuck, dangling under his nose.
9 There had been no welcome home for the young squire, no festivities, no deputation, not even a single flower.
10 Perhaps in Venice you'll find a man who'll put jasmine in your maiden-hair, and a pomegranate flower in your navel.
11 And his hands stroked her softly, as if she were a flower, without the quiver of desire, but with delicate nearness.
12 The wood was silent, still and secret in the evening drizzle of rain, full of the mystery of eggs and half-open buds, half unsheathed flowers.
13 He walked just before her in the narrow path, swinging the hurricane lamp low, revealing the wet grass, the black shiny tree-roots like snakes, wan flowers.
14 And she did feel the peculiar, withering coldness under it all; like the soil of Labrador, which his gay little flowers on its surface, and a foot down is frozen.
15 The fine flower of their intimacy was to her rather like an orchid, a bulb stuck parasitic on her tree of life, and producing, to her eyes, a rather shabby flower.
16 And they were there, the short-stemmed flowers, rustling and fluttering and shivering, so bright and alive, but with nowhere to hide their faces, as they turned them away from the wind.
17 He fastened fluffy young oak-sprays round her breasts, sticking in tufts of bluebells and campion: and in her navel he poised a pink campion flower, and in her maiden-hair were forget-me-nots and woodruff.
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