Winter is for women The woman still at
her knitting, At the cradle of
Spanish walnut, Her body a bulb in
the cold and too dumb to think.
Winter, women, woman, knitting, cradle, Spanish, walnut, body, cold
Keep a good head and always carry a light bulb.
Keep, good, head, carry, light
A word of advice: If you get the choice between the upper and lower bunks in a cell, choose the lower. Prisons do not turn off their lights at night, and I spent a sleepless night, without a mattress, with a five-hundred-watt bulb shining directly into my eyes.
word, advice, you, choice, upper, lower, bunks, cell, choose
It's a failure only if you don't get anything out of it, Thomas Edison said he knew 999 ways that a light bulb did not work; yet we have lights today.
failure, you, anything, Edison, knew, ways, light, work, yet
Yet in that bulb, those sapless scales, The lily wraps her silver vest, Till vernal suns and vernal gales Shall kiss once more her fragrant breast.
Yet, sapless, scales, lily, wraps, silver, vest, vernal, suns
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