From The Darkening Moon, pages 254-255, comes the poem Evening Woods where the sounds of the night echo.
Consternation was found on pages 242-243 of the story The Mountain Day. In scanning the pages a particular line caught my attention because it was so very contrary to the flow of the rest of the text on these particular two pages. I knew I wanted to use that line in a literal sense though it referred to a brief, short fall of rain.
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