References in classic literature ?
Now as she came--so the child told me--suddenly a cold wind seemed to breathe upon Nada, and fear took hold of her, though she did not see the woman who would murder her.
He saw all, as one fresh to the world, before he had time to breathe upon the glass.
The boy was lying, fast asleep, on a rude bed upon the floor; so pale with anxiety, and sadness, and the closeness of his prison, that he looked like death; not death as it shows in shroud and coffin, but in the guise it wears when life has just departed; when a young and gentle spirit has, but an instant, fled to Heaven, and the gross air of the world has not had time to breathe upon the changing dust it hallowed.
Breathe upon her thy life-giving Spirit, and put a new fear within her-- the fear of her sin.
Aye, you may well cross yourselves, and I beg that you will not breathe upon it or touch it with your fingers.
Barter not the light and air of heaven, and the freshness of earth and all the beautiful things which breathe upon it, for the cold cloister and the cell.
Only the Spirit, if it breathe upon the clay, can create Man, he wrote.
I'd breathe upon that window, And in the mist I'd write, 'I Love you Eddie.
Moreover, the passage which the editors deem most erotic ('I remember how when I last saw you I wanted to breathe upon you an entirely cooling affection' (p.
I know it will never be gone forever, for a little part of me will always remember the tightness in my chest and inability to breathe upon receiving all of the information the first few days of Elizabeth's life.
The thing to be careful of during the operation is not to breathe upon the various items.
Her other novels include The Narrow House (1921), Narcissus (1922), The Golden Door (1925), A Calendar of Sin (1931), Eva Gay (1933), Breathe Upon Those Slain (1934), Bread and a Sword (1937) and The Shadow of the Hawk (1941).
I've also had experiences about the skin of an Elar's lechon still being crispy the day after it was delivered (provided you make it breathe upon delivery, i.
He performs rituals, and the narrator states, "Where you've nothing else, construct ceremonies out of the air and breathe upon them.
I'll breathe upon that window, And in the mist I'd write, I love and miss you Dad, God bless & goodnight.