And ifperchance some fleetingmemoriessteal, Likefar-offechoes to my dreamingear, Away, ungrasped, the cheatingvisionswheel, Asspectresstartupon the wing of fear.
visions of a workfree society
Backhome, visions of boyfriendship danced through my head.
That’s because the noun, by virtue of its use as a hyphenated compoundadjective in middle-agespread, createsnail-nibbling self-doubtamidvisions of muffin-top midriffs and the realization that paunchiness precludes raunchiness.
Europe at the start of the 1990s was abuzz with organizationalconcepts and visions, and among these none had as muchpride of place as the notion of "confederation."
The visit to the oldcemeterybroughtscaryvisions of spooks and ghosts.
A feller that seesa lot o' jimjam visionsaheadnever will buckdown toreal life here, an' he'll neverlay up a dollar or own a foot of land.