“Pletcher noted that all of his horses breezed well beneath the twin spires when the track was sloppy last Saturday.”
“He had also demonstrated a liking for Churchill Downs, having won a Grade 2 event by five lengths beneath the twin spires last Nov. 28.”
“Super Saver was given an easy 1-mile jog beneath the twin spires early Thursday morning.”
“I was as farre as ye Queen of Scotts pillar, wch is a Large white stone, and ye top hangs over your head Like a Cannopy all great white Stones and in spires or Large jceickles and glistring as the other.”
“But there are other, real terraces to be found by those who search diligently and know how to discriminate, terraces with a background that has grown up with the city, that strikes no foreign note in that harmony of form and colour, of clustering red-tiled roofs surmounted by domes, towers and spires, which is Prague.”
“Diligence in particular is tryed in keeping the floor clear and turning the Malt often, that it neither moulds nor Aker-spires, that is, that the”
“But then you hit 'spires' and it all falls apart: it must be talking about the wind.”
“And how unfortunate that the lighting reflects pink on the, er, "spires".”
“I was going to ask if they had to use anything as a form underneath to hold up the "spires". lol”
“On an extensive plain (which is covered with a green turf, as well as the hills and dales, as far as the eye can possibly range, without tree or bush to be seen) are to be seen rising from the ground, and towards the heavens, domes -- (not "of gold" but) of dirt -- and the thousand spears (not "spires") and scalp-poles, &c, &c., of. the semi-subterraneous village of the hospitable acid gentlemanly Mandans.”
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by Gary Soto
Like the cat he scratches the flea camping in fur.
Unlike the cat he delights in water up to his ears.
He frolics. He catches a crooked stick--
On his ...
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