foreverness

foreverness

(fəˈrɛvərnəs)
n
the state of lasting forever

for•ev•er•ness

(fɔrˈɛv ər nɪs, fər-)

n.
eternity.
[1940–45]
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north, south, east, west, foreverness Sifting down like dust when-- stabdazzling darkness icequiet: towers of glare, blacksleek streets, everywhere an iron eloquence and a sense of high finish hived with space like a face honed by a loneliness it never came to know.
Since we have an idea of eternity, of foreverness in time, why not apply the same idea to space, and think of a single point in space wherein the whole of space may be found?
LH: The last note that you sing, in that song, goes forever into foreverness.
In these images I found a history, an ancient story--which continues to be my strength--and a sense of foreverness on this continent.
When this foreverness of wheatfields and sky, and yes, goddammit, this South Africanness of the landscape was theirs: their dreams; their hopes; their bitterness to fight over and fight for.
The Romantic transcendence of "Ode on a Grecian Urn" engraves "maidens loth," the "struggle to escape" and the sacrificial heifer into the poem's vessel of foreverness.
In the last two chapters of The Night Travellers - the next-to-the-last one is of Mary seeming very hopeful and optimistic and talking of foreverness, and then the very last one of Jeff in Vietnam having the vision of Mary seems almost foreboding.
Where is it she's talking about foreverness, though?