He looks up at the gaunt face framed by the window in the twilight.
The top of the barn comes swooping up out of the twilight.
Pa leans above the bed in the twilight, his humped silhouette partaking of that owl-like quality of awry-feathered, disgruntled outrage within which lurks a wisdom too profound or too inert for even thought.
She will go out where Peabody is, where she can stand in the twilight and look at his back with such an expression that, feeling her eyes and turning, he will say: I would not let it grieve me, now.
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It is a beautiful picture taken in twilight.
I awakened to a twilight sky, but did not know if the sun was setting or rising.