cow-dust hour
 n.— «

She in her cotton skirt,/bare feet in sandals/and with him/in jeans and sleeveless vest,
they might be a Brahmin couple/wed ritually at the cow-dust hour,/sashed together with a silken scarf.

» —“Wedding” by E.B. de Vito Christian Science Monitor (Boston, Massachusetts) July 15, 1982. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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