She loves hiding from callers. Katherine Hayles helped me see the importance of this argument. She had never used her eyes on anything minute and difficult; merely upon faces, and dishes and fields. McKibben, The End of Nature, p. One may buy him for eighteen pence now. We are very little conscious of a disturbing medium between us—that she is living, after all, by means of written words.
The striking power of the wild is that wonder in the face of it requires no act of will, but forces itself upon us—as an expression of the nonhuman world experienced through the lens of our cultural history—as proof that ours is not the only presence in the universe.
To so gregarious a spirit the confinement was irksome. Without me noticing, the sun has almost set. I summoned them together. Am I here, or am I there? It is rare enough among men, impossible to any other form of life.
He calls the graveyard of lost ships the "wreck-pack", and the gravitational attraction of the wrecks keep ships from drifting out. At odd moments during that day and the next the picture returned to one's mind, and one thought with envy, but with kindness, of the happy sailor and his wife; one wondered what they were doing, what they were saying now.
On a winter's night like this, when nature has been at pains to polish and preen herself, it brings back the prettiest trophies, breaks off little lumps of emerald and coral as if the whole earth were made of precious stone. After perhaps a seventh attempt he slipped from the wooden ledge and fell, fluttering his wings, on to his back on the window sill.
It might have been called "The Sailor's Homecoming" or some such title. But there is plenty of room for a star. The difference in its position in a short time period was noticeable.
The old lady came in. Describe an interesting place you know about. Hence, it was the time to explore Australia.
You are rolling downhill, across the table, and up the side of the next hill, not using up much potential energy, so you are ready to go again somewhere else if you can get lined up right, O. Between the wilderness that created us and the civilization created by us grew an ever-widening rift.
O yes, he seemed to say, death is stronger than I am. Coarse, humorous, robust, they trolled out their words, they rolled over their barrels; they acted magnificently.
Grey There are moments even in England, now, when even the busiest, most contented suddenly let fall what they hold—it may be the week's washing. Power through, young man. And we see it through the eyes of somebody who is leaning over the Embankment on a summer evening, without a care in the world.
Spread out behind the rod of duty we see the whole breadth of the river Thames—wide, mournful, peaceful. It brings down with it a tug and two barges, whose load of straw is tightly bound down beneath tarpaulin covers. At whatever risk to himself, Captain Jones would steal back to revisit his wife and to hear his little girl recite the part of Juliet which, under his teaching, she had perfectly by heart.Loneliness is not a surprising by-product of widowhood.
I mean, even for the people who have never been through it, it’s a no-brainer.
But frankly, I think that lonely is not a strong enough word. There is a deep silence that comes with losing your spouse. Published: Mon, 5 Dec The Middle East is a significant historical region where it served as the birthplace for many cultures and religions such as Christianity and Islam.
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The move was actually a return, for Frost’s ancestors were originally New Englanders, and Frost became famous for his poetry’s engagement with.
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