Hell is no other but a soundlesse pit, Where no one beame of comfort peeps in it.
"Pretty sure that Roman Catholic priests don't have peeps," I said gravely. "Too trendy and ephemeral. Like automobiles. And the printing press."jim butcher
Awake thee, my Lady-Love! Wake thee, and rise! The sun through the bower peeps Into thine eyes.george darley
And at my silent window-sill The jessamine peeps in.william cullen bryant
Her modest looks the cottage might adorn, Sweet as the primrose peeps beneath the thorn.Oliver Goldsmith
The slender water-lily peeps dreamingly out of the lake; The moon, oppress'd with love's sorrow, Looks tenderly down for her sake.Heinrich Heine