Along a rifted mountain range.
[From The Victories of Love, and Other Poems by Patmore, Coventry]
The earth fell, the rift widened.
Rifts were breaking in the clouds.
That was the rift within the lute.
A rift came in the collective dream.
[From The Wave: An Egyptian Aftermath by Blackwood, Algernon]
A rift now appeared in the war cloud.
[From Union and Democracy by Johnson, Allen]
A breaking rift now admitted the sun.
What a rift between the now and then!
[From True to a Type, Vol. 2 (of 2) by Cleland, Robert]
Rifts of Ice, Mount McClellan, Colorado.
And that is the rift between Marina and I.
The floor was in narrow, rift-sawed planks.
The fog-rifts are wonderful picture-makers.
[From America, Volume 5 (of 6) by Cook, Joel]
A quick rift of color flashed up in her face.
The sun was sinking in a gray rift of clouds.
There was no apparent rift in that personality.
A single star shone out of a rift in thin clouds.
A seismic belt accurately follows the Rift Valley.
Suddenly there was a rift in the curtain of vapour.
Yes, there, through a rift in the fog, stood the fox!
[From The Hills of Hingham by Sharp, Dallas Lore]
There are two main rifts splitting the Mosedale Rocks.
[From Rock-climbing in the English Lake District Third Edition by Jones, Owen Glynne]
Just then the sun peeped out from a rift in the clouds.
[From Afloat on the Flood by Leslie, Lawrence J.]
Words have made the rift, and words alone can bridge it.
[From The Little Warrior by Wodehouse, P. G. (Pelham Grenville)]
One rift Of weakness humored might set all adrift.
[From Poems by Cawein, Madison Julius]
In a rift of the mist a stretch of rocky coast lay exposed.
For the first time there was a rift between the two friends.