“I love Lily and her purple plastic purse, not to mention those jingly quarters.”
“And if the person who presents the poetry to them is skillful and loves poetry herself, it is surprising how much kids can get out of poetry — not just the jingly-jangly verse or the stuff that panders to their obsession with subjects parents would rather not discuss in polite company, but serious subjects on deep themes.”
“We saw the belly dancers again this year, and they were pretty; I want jingly things!”
“And most everyone on the crew received trinkets - necklaces, matching jingly bracelets and earrings, sweet perfume - from his annual trip back home to Cairo.”
“Although I was left with strange neurological bells and whistles—jingly nerve endings, tired, locked muscles, twitchy connections—it seemed a minuscule price to pay for being able to walk unassisted again.”
“I just took the comforting, a kitten enjoying the moment before trotting off to bat a jingly ball.”
“Thats really rather wionderful HG I only knew the last line which, I daresay because of its subsequent history, has a jingly note now out of keeping with the rest of the verse”
“Kitteh sikritly massermynded teh loozing ob teh jingly glittery fings, az teh nawmurgl play toys aer boring.”
“And here I thought only shiny jingly objects made Kilmeade feel good.”
“When Fish would carry her into the house still asleep, Princess Pup would come bounding up with kisses and a very jingly collar.”
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