He thought how often he had run merrily down that path with some childish playfellow, looking back
, ever and again, to catch his mother's smile, or hear her gentle voice; and then a veil seemed lifted from his memory, and words of kindness unrequited, and warnings despised, and promises broken, thronged upon his recollection till his heart failed him, and he could bear it no longer.
Then we made a dash of it, and fled away westward through the forest, looking back
and laughing as we ran.
Lady Arabella was moving swiftly and stealthily, looking back
and around her at intervals, as if she feared to be followed.
No, you can sail the boat all right," Rowsell admitted, looking back
over his shoulder.
There's no harm in looking back
For things pleasant and not black, To relive a period of time Perhaps of something quite sublime.
But looking back
now, it was an unbelievable experience.
THE VERDICT Anna Faris is on feisty form as a woman looking back
at her past loves (she delightfully fakes an English accent when with Martin Freeman).
May I suggest that instead of looking back
, we look forward.
In spite of the credit crunch, Christmas shoppers today throng the pedestrianised Eastgate Street, in Chester - but, looking back
to October, 1956, although the famous clock and buildings remain the same in the sharp autumnal sunlight, the street looks very different crowded with cars.
A NEW chapter has been added to the history of Dudley with the launch of a new booklet looking back
at the borough's proud civic past.
, SPRINGFIELD EXTRA (submitted photo) -- Workers gather for a group photo at the Booth-Kelly mill in Springfield, date unknown (but perhaps about a hundred years ago).
, Marge now says, "We really were a mini revue.