An empty shell. Those were the first words that sprang to mind. .... Something incredibly important - .. - had disappeared from Miu for good. Leaving behind not life, but its absence
A young Buddhist frog took a leap,
into some traffic, "Beep, Beep!"
He sprang from his feet,
jumping into the street,
and soon became one with a jeep.
-The Ginger Poem of the Month
Consider ye the seed from which ye sprang;
Ye were not made to live like unto brutes
But for pursuit of virtue and of
knowledge excellence virtue
Was not love a terrible thing? One thought one had learned to manage it, and then it sprang free again, rattling its claws in one's liver.
Musical ideas sprang to my mind like a flight of butterflies, and all I had to do was to stretch out my hand to catch them.
Musical Them Out
Was not from a mixture of two races that the Titans sprang?
Two Titans Sprang
From this, without doubt, sprang the fable. Man created it thus, because it was not given him to see more than himself and nature, which surrounds him; but he created it true with a truth all its own.
Given Which True
A vast abortion industry, generating some half a billion dollars annually, sprang into existence in the wake of Roe and Doe.
Into Generating Doe
Progress and Poverty was the most closely knit, fascinating, and convincing specimen of argumentation that, I believe, ever sprang from the mind of man.
Fascinating Believe Poverty
The word was enough. It ran like fire along the line, from man to man, and rose into a shout, with which they sprang forward upon the enemy, now not 30 yards away.
Into Ran Rose
In March of 1933 we witnessed a revolution in manner, in mores, in the definition of government. What before had been black or white sprang alive with color.
Government Black Or White Mores
When I first came to the House of Commons and walked out into the lobby, men sprang to their feet. I asked them to sit down since I'd come to walk around. I didn't want them doing me favours.
Since Their Sit