The lovers may also sit on the terrace of the palace or house, and enjoy the moonlight, and carry on an agreeable conversation.
Perhaps, from the casement, standing hand-in-hand, they were watching the calm moonlight on the river, while from the distant halls the boisterous revelry floated in broken bursts of faint-heard din and tumult.
Swarms of bloated rats scurried away as we passed, their black beady eyes reflecting the weak moonlight.
So large and dark were his eyes they made his skin paler, absorbing the moonlight to radiate outwards.
It seemed to hold the moonlight in suspension, rendering it more pervasive than in clear air.
Sri Yukteswar's gaze was averted; he walked to and fro, occasionally intercepting the moonlight. "
He pulled it down quickly, shutting out the moonlight; but there was enough dim light through the blind for his purpose.
I hate the moonlight because it's beautiful and he isn't here to see it with me.
We walked very slowly home, Mr. Wickfield, Agnes, and I—Agnes and I admiring the moonlight, and Mr. Wickfield scarcely raising his eyes from the ground.
Imagine the moonlight of the East, pouring in unclouded glory over all—and you will form some idea of the view that met me when I looked forth from the summit of the hill.