dry grass in Grieks
She stood at the table, holding a long braid of dried grass over the purple spirit flame, so that it lit quickly.
The crackling of the dry grass beneath the tramp of the mourners sounded like choking sobs.
The hungry horses tore at the shrubs and thick clumps of dry grasses on the way past.
Then they sleep and wake and sleep again, and weave little baskets of dried grass and put grasshoppers in them; or catch two praying mantises and make them fight; or string a necklace of red and black jungle nuts; or watch a lizard basking on a rock, or a snake hunting a frog near the wallows.
There is a scent of hay and dry grass and belated flowers, but the scent is heavy, sweetly mawkish and soft.
Hay is dried grass.
In winter, when the weather is harsher, they go down to the two regiels, where they feed on conifer and broadleaved twigs, mosses, lichens and dry grasses.
Populations in post-conflict situations are faced with the real and present danger that the dry grass of past anger and resentment will burst into flame again and, fanned by the winds of poverty, frustration and joblessness, soon become an uncontrollable fire.
Alas, our dred voces when we whsper together... are quet and meanngless as wnd n dry grass... or a rat's feet over broken glass n a dry cellar.
It is basically a cattle ranch. It has been planted with different types of upgraded grass, which is used to make dry grass bales for cattle.