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I pick up whatever thing a dream washes onto my shoreline and turn it over to look, hoping for the shimmery incandescence of pearl shell and fearing, instead, the exposure of a writhing, unspeakable underside—an impulse unmentionable.The Whale Who Will Come Soon - Issue 105: Whale Songs|Rebecca Giggs|September 8, 2021|Nautilus
They fly closer to the sun than the rest of us, and there is an incandescence about them.‘Homeland’ and ‘Shameless’: Television Tackles Bipolar Disorder With Realism|Jace Lacob|April 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It was first produced by heating with the current to incandescence a fine platinum wire.
The phenomenon of incandescence without oxygen seems peculiar to these lights alone.
Small wonder that the meteor is brought to lively incandescence and consumed even in a fraction of a second.A Text-Book of Astronomy|George C. Comstock
Once a Beowulfer vanished in a supernova flash, and when the ball of incandescence widened to nothing the ship was gone.
There were momentarily unbearable flashes of pure energy and from them globes of incandescence spread and vanished.