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At least Col was far sighted in having a second pair of glasses.

Hopefully they'll eventually be a spectacular outcome.

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Cease and desist it's getting worse, you are making spectacles of yourselves, but I'll keep an eye out for more puns

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It sounds as though somebody is due to a few lashes. Or maybe they're too highbrow.:rolleyes:

 

( Don't blame me, I'm still learning).

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Will send Jill round with some of her pupils. Or ask my Auntie Iris.

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I trust you pencilled in any mistakes.

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‘Eye eye’ Captain!

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13 hours ago, DJ360 said:

 

I may not have been clear Nonna.  I paid out close to £800 for two pairs. after 'discounts' and the 'Second Pair 1/2 price' offer.

 

The first pair are 'Jaguar' frames.  I've not worn them for a year or so because I much prefer the second pair I bought. with lighter and better made 'Stepper' frames.

Anyway I put the Jaguars on today and a little bit of decorative trim fell off one arm....

 

Sorry DJ I don't know how I came up to the precise price of £ 200 , probably not reading post properly.

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It will be quite a tearful reunion.

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Anyone read the poem ‘Rugby Chapel’ by Matthew Arnold?   I love so many of his poems but this one came to mind as I was thinking of things concerning eyes.  Anyone know which line in the poem I was thinking of?  
I’ll post the answer later.....

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4 hours ago, MargieH said:

Anyone read the poem ‘Rugby Chapel’ by Matthew Arnold?

 

Philistaine that I am all I read was a lot of obscure one line sentences that make no sense and seem to have no relationship with previous or following lines. Quite honestly I thought it a load of nonsense, couldn't get past the third verse...  :(

 

Sorry Margie...

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Sorry Margie, read Brew's post so I thought I'd have a read.  Couldn't make head or tails of it. Don't think I've got enough years left to get through it all, it's soooo long.

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Really, you two. Have you no soul?  Wonderful and atmospheric command of the English language. Must try harder!

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So you never found the reference to something that can happen In a person’s eye?

 

Here are a couple of lines from the poem.....

Thunder crashes from rock

To rock, the cataracts reply,

Lightning’s  dazzle our eyes.

 

As I sai before, I love this poem and many of the others  he wrote.   It stirs my soul .

 

 

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The sun dazzles my eyes,

I listen as the baby cries,

No matter how I  care,

Oh for someone else to share.

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BK. Interesting little ditty..... I think

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