gowpen

gowpen

(ˈɡaʊpən)
n
a pair of cupped hands
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CD There is a beautiful section about that specifically in "The Quick and the Dead," where you write, "I know that if no fellow creatures / can force their way in to do the underdigging / and jiggling and earthing over and mating / and egg-laying and birthing forth, then for us / the most that can come to pass / will be a centuries-long withering down / to a gowpen of dead dust, and never / the crawling of new life out of the old / which is what we have for eternity on earth.
Translates to 'never seen' Misophonia The irritation felt towards someone for eating or breathing too loudly Gowpen Two hands formed to make a bowl Keeper The loop on a belt that keeps the end in place after it has passed through the buckle Grawlix The punctuation used in place of swearing in comics and other written forms.
He gowpens his hands for my boot step and I step into his handhold, pulling up with the pommel, lifting into the one stirrup and up onto the saddle and he keeps hold of the bridle until I settle and then until the horse settles.