It looks as if the dew was on it; but the tears will not make it grow again—will they?
Nonsense must have the dew on it, or it is good for nothing.
She has faded away like a rainbow—like a drop of dew in the sun.
Not only all night, but all day, has the dew lain upon its purity.
She was walking down a lane, her short skirts brushed by the morning dew.
She had much to say of dew and roses, turtledoves and the arrows of Cupid.
Wou'd to God it may prove false, and that it may vanish like the dew of the morning.
But the duration of their sovereignty was as a summer cloud or morning dew.
The night dew on his cheeks was not colder than his tears as he knelt by his father's grave.
Can we stand still and receive it like the dew, without work?