When I remember what it was like to see them in the wards, impaled in bed and wired, every orifice acknowledged, every innocence corrupted and exposed, when I think of the awful trembling passed by hand, the dry white chemical breath of what was said, the skeletal skin so ghostly it seemed they'd already gone--that God, in His Mercy, had pulled their sick hearts out, bled them, drained them, kissed the dead weight from the bones, that I was looking at myself in rags that were my parents--when I think of them I think of my friend with no one there those hours, no one to witness, no one to take his pulse, no one to talk or listen, no one to cross his heart.
He wrapped his arms around her slender waist, and they shared a long passionate kiss.
The Times does what it can to unbuff the image, running a picture of Heston that seems to show him either a) getting a hit off the gunpowder fumes on his fingertips, b) blowing kisses or c) throwing up.
He has kissed me and I feel that he is physically attracted to me.
Curt, age 7   The rule goes like this: If you kiss someone, then you should marry them and have kids with them.
Surprisingly enough, it's this KISS attitude and the integrity of its results that have helped Google become one of the few search engine sites that actually has black (rather than red) ink coursing through its veins.
The LAT 's Willey story says that in Clinton's Jones case deposition, he "acknowledged embracing Willey and perhaps kissing her on the forehead.
My puppy fat melted, I started wearing contact lenses and learnt how to kiss.
She claimed that she had rebuffed his advances at the party, but other witnesses said that they saw her dancing with the defendant and kissing him during the evening.
She walked towards me, and looked at me with eyes so dark I thought I could get lost in them, and then she brushed my cheek with her fingers, leaned forward, and kissed me.
There were ordinary items--candy bars and Kisses--in infinite multiples, and ordinary objects in gigantic versions--mixing bowls, ladles, boxes.
A term used to describe giving pleasure by kissing, sucking, or licking a partner's genitals.
"At eight that evening Mr. Clinton beckoned her into a private office and asked if he could kiss her," the paper went on.
If casual acquaintances kiss each other on the lips, what method of expression will be left for true lovers?--except to fall into bed, which is sometimes inconvenient or excessive.
Foster; Book -- Purple America , by Rick Moody; Television -- In the Gloaming ; Opera -- The Ring of the Nibelung ; Movie -- Murder at 1600 ; Movie -- Kissed .
But Michael Sragow, writing in the New Times Los Angeles , calls Kissed "ridiculously earnest.
Bush got a playful French kiss from Anna Nicole Smith at the annual World's Biggest Boob Relay Race at the Texas State Fair"-- Brooke Saucier "Jesse Jackson, looking in the mirror, decides the country needs him ...
At Kiwi KISS we encourage you to continue attending classes after you have achieved Life Membership and twelve months after being awarded Life you are presented with our special crystal heart pin.
- -Tim Carvell Golden State Go Home I want to report that, somehow, your quality control slipped, and you let Robert Ferrigno's "Letter From Washington" ("Kiss My Tan Line") slide into Slate!
You can accept her possessiveness and kiss time to yourself goodby, or ring off now and preserve some autonomy.
A kiss becomes a pretext for checking out her dental enamel, a stroke of her hair for testing the firmness of the roots--a gawky parody of Ruth's own involuted, detached sexuality.
The governor of a state orders state troopers to summon a lowly state employee to a hotel room, where he exposes his member to her and says, "Kiss it."
Do you want sun-kissed beaches, nonstop nightlife, ancient sites to explore, or traditional Greek family life around you?
I kept you safe in my arms, and kissed away your tears.
And she clasped the gentle Sits, and she kissed her moistened head, 848911
Billie's Kiss does not have the surreal or other-worldly qualities that made Vintner's Luck so magical - it is more grounded and perhaps more conventional.
His drink has, in fact prompted the lemon washing up liquid category into which we should put oddities like Tiger balm, Manila envelope, French kiss, Chinese burn.
Who wants to train a toy to kiss you, when every kid knows that a regular stuffed animal kisses you every time you touch its plastic nose to your cheek?
"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" is a title; so's "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus."
Spelling errors are usually an immediate "kiss of death".
A report from Pristina in the Daily Telegraph of London gave an account of the brutal removal from their home of Kosovo's leading human rights lawyer Bayram Kelmendi and his son Kastriot, who was told before being taken away to kiss his children for the last time because he would never see them again.
"Screw you," "kiss my ass," "fuck me"--these are all phrases that have levels of meaning that have nothing to do with the physical acts they describe.
She'd painted their weather-beaten wooden house in yellows and blues, with lush vegetation that curled up to kiss the roof.
I know you just blew me, but I need a kiss.
March 12: Movie -- Private Parts ; Movie -- Jungle 2 Jungle ; Theater -- A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum ; Book -- The Kiss: A Memoir , by Kathryn Harrison; Book -- Giovanni's Gift , by Bradford Morrow; Art --"Exiles and Émigrés: The Flight of European Artists from Hitler"; Television -- The Practice .