There were air horns, inflatables, grown men in silly hats and most of the time, even when there was very little going on to keep them interested, there was the constant hum of excited chitter
Initially, things stuttered along and looked in danger of stalling - and I wasn't sure that the chitter
chatter of two strangers, and the even more bland and banal outpourings from "Forever FM" on John's car radio, would be enough to sustain me.
Tears A SILENT tear is seldom seen and never heard But it can say more than any word A tear is often a private matter Not meant for chitter
chatter Tears can express great sorrow and grief Are are rarely brief, A tear of happiness is a far different matter Who cares if on your cheeks a few tears splatter Men try hard to hide their tears Because of some old fashioned ideas Crocodile tears are what we should all fear Because as we know they can cost us dear.
On a melt day you can hear what happened weeks ago, the creek talking, a pheasant's cluck, a sparrow's chitter
There's none of the polite chitter
chatter that I remember from my previous encounters with Mr Darcy.
These two-note vocalizations were often given repeatedly for several minutes, at times accompanied by trill calls, before males began using the chitter
There is no catastrophic event quite like the loss of available chitter
chatter in the virtual world of the strangers on the cathode ray tube.
A rather long winded and belaboured story which may none the less appeal to the avid reader perhaps a girl--of about 8 who doesn't mind the chitter
and chatter of class conscious 'young ladies'.
The fire tail tells the boys when nests are nigh & tweets & ryes from every passer bye The yellow hammer never makes a noise But ryes in silence from the noisey boys The boys will come & take them every day & still she lays as none were them away The nightingale keeps tweeting churring round But leaves in silence when the nest is found The pewet hollos chewsit as she ryes & flops about the shepherd where he lies But when her nest is found she stops her song & cocks [her] coppled crown & runs along Wrens cock their tails & chitter
loud & play & robins hollow tut & rye away[.
The beats chitter
like insects, synths scream like mating calls, and the buzzing bass glistens and oozes like juicy, infectious love funk.
All my life the chitter
of the living has mixed together with the dead" (58), the poet says, and from the outset, we know of these dual presences and of the unbroken relationship between them.
Except for the occasional bark of a gaunt stray dog, or the cough from one of the much rarer 1950s-era automobiles, mostly what I hear is the chitter
of insects and caws of birds.