Lift latch, step in, be welcome, Sir, Albeit to see you I’m unglad.
Shut close the door; press down the latch; Sleep in thy intellectual crust; Nor lose ten tickings of thy watch Near this unprofitable dust.william wordsworth
You got to ac-cent-tchu-ate the positiveE-lim-i-nate the negativeAnd latch on to the affirmative.Don't mess with mister inbetween.johnny mercer
I treat the act of making a record very much like working in a laboratory, experimenting with sounds and ideas... Whoever chooses to latch onto it, great; whoever doesn't, that's fine, too. The reaction always pales in comparison to the weight of the act of production.m. ward
I hold my honey and I store my bread In little jars and cabinets of my will. I label clearly, and each latch and lid I bid, Be firm till I return from hell.gwendolyn brooks
How to keep is there any any, is there none such, nowhere known some, bow or brooch or braid or brace, lace, latch or catch or key to keep Back beauty, keep it, beauty, beauty, beauty, ... from vanishing away?gerard manley hopkins
He knew whose gentle hand was at the latch, Before the door had given her to his eyes.john keats
The haven from sophistications and contentions Leaks through its thatch; He offers succulent cooking; The door has a creaking latch.