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dew-wet earth

Ann E. Wells

dew-wet earth

by Ann E. Wells

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Published by Rigby Opal Books in [Adelaide] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Aboriginal Australians -- Folklore.,
    • Legends -- Australia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] A. E. Wells.
      GenreFolklore.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGR365 .W39
      The Physical Object
      Pagination60 p.
      Number of Pages60
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5436353M
      ISBN 100851796516
      LC Control Number73084709

      The dew-wet footprints in the moss are His. I follow to the cross. And what is heaviest and mute Is found, is freed, is raised In a single, silver strand of praise. I join hands with others and the earth, Step into this costly dance. For eternal is the wheel and endless is the dance That grinds the seasons of the soul Where nothing falls but. He remembered yet the East India Tea House at the Fair, the sandalwood, the turbans, and the robes, the cool interior and the smell of India tea; and he had felt now the nostalgic thrill of dew-wet mornings in Spring, the cherry scent, the cool clarion earth, the wet loaminess of the garden, the pungent breakfast smells and the floating snow of 4/5(32).

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        While she picks tomatoes, he pushes the lawnmower through the dew-wet grass. Afterwards, he always helps her make teacakes from scratch, breaking the eggs and stirring the batter.   The secret country of yourself is your unique inner cosmos, the place you visit in your dreams and fantasies, your visions and imaginings. The experiences you have there reflect all that has happened and all that can happen, and when you visit your secret country with intention, you can transform your life/5.


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Get this from a library. The dew-wet earth. [Ann E Wells] -- Authentic tribal folklore from the Aborigines who lived on the shores of the north-east Arnhem Land in Australia. However, the reader quickly finds out that the submarine plays a very minor role in the book. If you like submarine books, this is not a good choice.

I thought the book got off to a fast pace and it held my interest to a little over halfway, then politics, routine crisis procedures and book characters seemed to fall flat in the story line/5(). As often as night cloaks the earth with dew-wet shadows, as often as the burning constellations rise, the troubled image of my father Anchises warns and terrifies me in dream: about my son Ascanius and the wrong to so dear a person, whom I cheat of a Hesperian kingdom, and pre-destined fields.

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