Far from gusty; blowing in or marked by gusts: characterized by sudden outbursts; waves these children's faces. Like rootless weeds; a plant considered undesirable, unattractive, or troublesome, especially one growing where it is not wanted, as in a garden: rank growth of such plants: a water plant, especially seaweed: the leaves or stems of a plant as distinguished from the seeds: something useless, detrimental, or worthless, especially an animal unfit for breeding: the hair torn around their pallor; extreme or unnatural paleness.
The tall girl with her weighed-down head. The paper-seeming boy; apparent; ostensible: outward appearance; semblance; with rat's eyes. The stunted; a feat displaying unusual strength, skill, or daring: something done to attract attention or publicity; unlucky heir; a person who inherits or is entitled by law or by the terms of a will to inherit the estate of another: a person who succeeds or is in line to succeed to a hereditary rank, title, or office: one who receives or is expected to receive a heritage, as of ideas, from a predecessor. Of twisted bones, reciting a father's gnarled disease; having gnarls; knotty or misshapen: morose or peevish; crabbed: rugged and roughened, as from old age or work: His lesson from his desk. At back of the dim class one unnoted; not taken into account; "his retirement was not allowed to go unmarked"- not noticed; sweet and young. His eyes live in a dream, of squirrel's game, in the tree room, other than this.
On sour; Having a taste characteristic of that produced by acids; sharp, tart, or tangy: made acid or rancid by fermentation: having the characteristics of fermentation or rancidity; tasting or smelling of decay: cream walls, donations. Shakespeare's head, Cloudless at dawn, civilized dome; a vaulted roof having a circular, polygonal, or elliptical base and a generally hemispherical or semispherical shape: a geodesic dome: a domelike structure, object, or natural formation; riding all cities. Belled; to put a bell on: to cause to flare like a bell: to assume the form of a bell; flare; flowery, Tyrolese valley; A region of the eastern Alps in western Austria and northern Italy. Inhabited in ancient times by Celtic peoples, the Tyrol constantly passed back and forth, in whole or in part, between Austria and Italy in the 1800s. Its present division dates from the Treaty of St. Germain in 1919. The Tyrolean Alps are a popular tourist area. Open-handed map awarding the world its world. And yet, for these
Children, these windows, not this world, are world, where all their future's painted with a fog, A narrow street sealed in with a lead sky, far from rivers, capes; a point or head of land projecting into a body of water; and stars of words. Surely, Shakespeare is wicked; morally bad in principle or practice: mischievous or roguish, esp. in a playful way: causing injury or harm: troublesome, unpleasant, or offensive; and the map a bad example With ships and sun and love tempting them to steal--For lives that slyly; clever or cunning, especially in the practice of deceit: stealthy or surreptitious: playfully mischievous: turn in their cramped holes; Uncomfortably small or restricted: difficult to read, especially for being crowded into a small space: From fog to endless night? On their slag heap; the vitreous mass left as a residue by the smelting of metallic ore; these children wear skins peeped through by bones and spectacles of steel with mended glass, like bottle bits on stones. All of their time and space is foggy slum; a heavily populated urban area characterized by substandard housing and squalor: to visit impoverished areas or squalid locales, especially out of curiosity or for amusement: to endure conditions or accommodations that are worse than what one is accustomed to. So blot their maps with slums as big as doom.
Unless, governor, teacher, inspector, visitor, This map becomes their window and these windows That shut upon their lives like catacombs; an underground cemetery consisting of chambers or tunnels with recesses for graves. Often used in the plural: an underground, often labyrinthine passageway. Break open 'till they break the town and show the children the green fields and make their world run azure; a light purplish-blue: Heraldry The color blue: the blue sky; on gold sands, and let their tongues run naked into books, the white and green leaves open. History is theirs whose language is the sun.