“Although your peers may think that’s something “cool,” everyone he comes into contact with who hears his name whispers behind his back.”
“The spirit of the place descended upon Saxon and Billy, and they walked softly, speaking in whispers, almost afraid to go in through the open ports.”
“Yellow Handkerchief took the tiller, issuing his orders in whispers; and from our position at the time, and from the alteration of the sail, which I could dimly make out above me as a blot against the stars, I knew the junk was being headed into the mouth of a small slough which emptied at that point into San Rafael Creek.”
“The whispers from the back of life were growing dim as my mind and body soddened.”
“They spoke only in whispers, and I saw them all as agelessly fusty.”
“Some of the passengers exclaim in whispers, childishly, softly,”
“I was engrossed with a memorizing the details of a large figure of the male reproductive system in my textbook until I heard the gasps and whispers from the other passengers.”
“The Alamo is still a solemn and sacred place, where people speak in whispers and cameras are not allowed.”
“Youâve heard of us in whispers or in the dark of night.”
“Girls who defiantly spoke Spanish -- in whispers, but we heard them.”
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from the poetry and prose of walt whitman
Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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