Bleaky

Related to Bleaky: bleakly

Bleak´y


a.1.Bleak.
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The reading was from Mark 8 verses 31-38 read by Junior Church children Freya Thornhill and Harriet Bleaky.
There is no clearer depiction of Swift' s apprehension of the grey and sterile bleakness of liminality than in his poem of September 1727, 'Holyhead', where he positions himself uncomfortably on a distinctly unpleasant threshold ('I'm where my enemyes would wish'), awaiting a delayed passage which will exchange 'this bleaky shore' for 'that slavish hateful shore'.