Now I--even I--would celebrate In rhymes inept the great Immortal Syracusen rivalled nevermore
, Who by his wondrous lore, Untold us before, Made the way straight How to circles mensurate.
do we have to crank up the window fans or ceiling fans (hidden expenses that many of us often don't take into account) to cool down our hot kitchen where our canning used to take place.
And, maysters all, it helpeth well Thoughe a man be foule in jelous rage: Let a man with this water make his potage, And nevermore
shall he his wyfe mystryst- Thoughe he in sothe the faut by her wyst, Or had she be take with freres two or thre.
An earlier writer of weird stories, King's literary ancestor and sometime fellow New Englander Edgar Allan Poe, for example, famously described in his 1846 essay "The Philosophy of Composition" how his poem "The Raven" was the result of a series of thoroughly rational decisions based around an initial selection of a subject--the death of a beautiful woman--and a vowel sound--the long o, as in the concatenation word Nevermore
But, for real, the differences remain and often they are materially evident, nevermore
so than when we discuss illegal immigration and revisit the topic of reforming the nation's Immigration Bill, which, truth be told, is an affront to the Hispanic community.
At the same time, the urge to laugh induced by some of these somber downsizings is somehow like Smithson's wit still floating aloft in the air--an eternal fracture line between here-I-am and nevermore
President Ronald Reagan said, "Freedom is nevermore
than one generation away from extinction.
No TV guide, no world wide web, no phone tag, no lying salesman quoth the craven nevermore
The Baltimore Ravens believe with Steve McNair they'll chase down Cincinnati and Pittsburgh in the AFC North, but for the Lewis Boys -- Ray and Jamal -- their time has passed: Nevermore
Painter Barbara Grace runs the Nevermore
Studio and gallery at Blackfriars with partner Paul Arthurs, a sculptor.
Roman Warrior makes a promising debut and runs on to be third behind John Dunlop's fav Nevermore
Each side would have to destroy the opposing ideology to triumph, or, as one orator stated, "The issue is slavery first and Union afterwards; Union first and slavery nevermore