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Dewdrop

noun
1.
A drop of dew.






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"Dewdrop" Quotes from Famous Books



... at your sweet; Why did the dewdrop fringe your chalices? Why in your beauty are you thus complete, You silver ships—you floating palaces? O! if need be, you must allure man's eye, Yet wherefore blossom here? O ...
— Poems by Jean Ingelow, In Two Volumes, Volume I. • Jean Ingelow

... spoke as I saw. I report, as a man may of God's work—all's love, yet all's Law. Now I lay down the judgeship He lent me. Each faculty tasked, To perceive Him, has gained an abyss where a dewdrop was asked." ...
— Natural Law in the Spiritual World • Henry Drummond

... Higher and higher reaching up, Branching out in the Summer air. Oh, fair are the blossoms it bears for all, And fragrant the breath of its golden bells; Glad is the music they ring for you, From the perfumed depths where the dewdrop dwells. They wake you out of your sluggish sleep— Their voices are ringing—Arise! Arise! God gave you your life to use for Him, And can you the gift of a King despise? Your strength will waste if it is not used, The life He has lent He will ask again, ...
— Nestlings - A Collection of Poems • Ella Fraser Weller



Words linked to "Dewdrop" :   pearl, drop, bead



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