The way they shirr that calico arrangement around their back door, has long been my admiration.
"Patty's Summer Days" by Carolyn Wells
It is too nestle by the pin grove shirr, all agree to the counting ate ate pall.
"Geography and Plays" by Gertrude Stein
I shirr my own socks and wear my own blisters, thank you just the same.
"Jane Allen: Center" by Edith Bancroft
Ringdoves roost well within his wood,
shirr songs to suit which mood
he saunters in; how but most glad
could be this adam's woman
when all earth his words do summon
leaps to laud such man's blood!
"Ode For Ted" by Sylvia Plath