I give a piece quite near away,
Then another, one and two to three
And say good-bye with some dismay.
We might have been twins, I born in May… 117 more words
Readings for Thursday, July 9, 2015, designated by the 1979 Book of Common Prayer: 1 Sam. 16:14-17:11; Acts 10:17-33; Luke 24:36-53; Psalm 18
I have always been fascinated by peacocks, not only because of their beauty but because of their offensive and defensive weapons. 803 more words
To my dismay Or should i say here’s to my dismay Pardon me may I borrow your dismay to-day What do you say Right on just step this way or some other day or perhaps on a TuesDay or maybe on a ThursDay It doesn’t matter either way That’s what I should say You don’t say Yes indeed I do so say I shall have my say but you can no longer stay How long have you had your dismay I can not say I am in utter disarray to my dismayThat is what they all say but I fear I can not betray them I shall let them have their say as I drift off as I begin to stray And that sir is my final say