paleness - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
How would I describe the thing which I saw with my very own eyes? You know those times when you can just make out the crescent moon in the blue afternoon sky. Well, whatever it was, had that same ghostly paleness about it.
Her face was very white, the color of a moonbeam, or an ivory carving. A snowy face, very beautiful, like a snow queen's in a fairy tale. Her hands, too, were bone-white, but soft and elegant, as pale hands often are. She looked like a porcelain doll--you worried that she'd shatter if she fell.
He looked over at the river, and saw the feared creature leap out of the water. He could have swore that when the crocodile turned, it saw the fear leaping out of him like ugly flames. He blanched- he could almost feel the white in his cheeks. Blood drained from his face and he turned still. The rough cheekbones were the only thing that held his pale face from slopping. It was over for him.