Out of the Dust by Karen Hesse
Her sentence: Now he smells of dust and coffe, tobacco and cows.
My thoughts: I think the author used asyndeton to make the list seem unfinished, as if he smelled of a variety of things. Also, he placed random things that don't resemble beside eachother, maybe to create juxtaposition.
My sentence: She tasted eggs and corn, dirt and soap.