Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'PLASTIC' started by micahrogers, Aug 8, 2018.
I was thinking more of " hey pop, how's about some laser tag?"
Have to share this one;
Vader & Luke are locked in a duel, during a bind Vader hisses to Luke,"I know what you're getting for Christmas!"
Luke in shock," What!? How?"
Vader, " I felt your presence." (presents...)
Sorry, Zathros, but it's actually wrong (slightly). The Tiger and Horse of the poem are both plural. Tiger is also apparently spelled with a "y" which may have been correct in the early 1800's, or may have just been poetic license.
Proverbs of Hell 9, from William Blake's Marriage of Heaven and Hell
"The tygers of wrath are wiser than the horses of instruction."
Seven posts, and that dragged you out. That mistake was worth it. I stand corrected, Thank You. Now stop horsing around...........................
A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse! - Me, when the car doesn't start and late for work
I think somebody else said that maybe?
and, aren't we going a bit off topic here?
"A horse is a Horse, of course, of course..blah blah blaah......... Mr. Ed!!!
Or, to go a little more left field, "Where'd you get the coconuts?
A Laden Sparrow?
African or European?
If checked you will see while “Tyger” was a common archaic spelling of “tiger” at the time, Blake has elsewhere spelled the word as “tiger,” so his choice of spelling the word “tyger” for the poem has usually been interpreted as being for effect, perhaps to render an “exotic or alien quality of the beast”, or because it’s not really about a “tiger” at all, but a metaphor. Notes on William Blakes " The Tyger"
I declare a drawl! So saw we awl! and enough... we really don't want to go thar! ( Sorry, strange stuff happens when picture upload goes down )
So, it could have grasped it by the husk?
Imagination takes over!!!
But the African swallow is non migratory!
African Swallows have access to Amazon just like all other swallows silly!!
Now that's droning on