But before he died he redeemed his name from the scorner
Passion for power: the wicked gadfly which is mounted on the vainest peoples; the scorner
of all uncertain virtue; which rideth on every horse and on every pride.
The towering Palace Dome will feature scorners
of festive activities to surround the Christmas trees, including a special seat for Santa Claus, and a Gingerbread house selling Christmas goodies and cookies.
Love permits his echo be dispersed among the trees, and merely echo, and mere-- what concentrates is silt beneath the creek, the residue of love after time has closed its doors and hung the sign-- for we are scorners
all and yet may know that love which tidepools us, like sea anemone in coastal caves.
Reds, & scorners
of grades of society," they heard directly of
The Prime Minister of Israel had admitted to the whole world that the Israelis have been there for 62 years: "The best response to scorners
was given in this auditorium 62 years ago," he said.