Resolved Question: Middle names for peyton?
Middle Names that go well with peyton woods?
Posted on 3 January 2013 | 9:02 pm
Resolved Question: Help Poem Christine
Hi I just have a question, in this poem what does the speaker of mean by the "fences" and like that
and what do you feel the tone is?
Here is the poem
They made the fence of their own bamboo,
So much better than the iron one.
What else to burn when depressions hit?
It was Montreal. The 1930’s
Grandmaman grew up on a hillside near the oratory.
And Grandpapa grew up on the south bank of the fleuve
They met in Montreal, as Grandpapa went to study there.
(Has anyone developed an algorithm
that depicts the ways in which the boom and bust cycle
maps to the conditions that shove
us down until energies bubble up, burst
and negate corruption?)
Some say The Great Depression lasted into the 40’s.
The Quiet revolution was in the 60’s
In the 1930’s Grandmaman led expeditions through the
streets of Montreal, leading the fellow starvation artists to choice
fences. Grandpapa carried a hammer and several crowbars.
Some brought their children. At first you could always find
a loose plank, but as the depression deepened they clipped
through the wire, unscrewed screws, and pried rusted nails from
wood. They pried at night without lanterns.
One night, half asleep and famished, Grandmaman steps
to a fence. She hooks the hammer’s claw onto a nail and
should know something. She should know that the dizzying dislocation derived by gazing into the face of an in-use
hammer is not achieved by the fact of gazing at a hammer
alone, which she has also never done before. Nobody’s
watching. Everyone pried without watching their hammer.
People in houses play piano louder
The thing I like about the bamboo getup is that it’s built
Posted on 24 November 2012 | 1:46 pm
Resolved Question: The show "the
Who plays the hot sister??!
Posted on 5 December 2011 | 1:38 pm
Resolved Question: How to repair wood
Okay so when I was little I always use to leave cold drinks on top of this wooden dresser and 10 years of doing that the top of the dresser is completely ruined and I would like to fix this so how should i go about on fixing/refurbishing the dresser?
Thanks in advance!
Posted on 1 November 2011 | 10:53 pm
Resolved Question: Bright coloured interior
We've made a desk from timber and now want to paint it but we can't find any interesting colours. All interior wood paint seems to be white. Ideally we'd like a brightish green. Does anyone know of any brands that do this sort of colour?
Posted on 8 June 2011 | 12:39 am