Instead of which, appalling alike to us who look back
and to those that lived at the time, capitalism, rotten-ripe, sent forth that monstrous offshoot, the Oligarchy.
I think, now, when I look back
upon it, that Nelson was curious.
When I could trust myself to look back
at him he was out of his bed, standing erect at the side of it.
I must own that we found it far prettier than anything we had known in Southern Ohio, which we were so fond of and so loath to leave, and as I look back
it still seems to me one of the prettiest little places I have ever known, with its white wooden houses, glimmering in the dark of its elms and maples, and their silent gardens beside each, and the silent, grass- bordered, sandy streets between them.
Time has laid his healing hand upon the wound when we can look back
upon the pain we once fainted under and no bitterness or despair rises in our hearts.
When we look back to our first impressions of each other, we look back to you.
Look back at my son's career, and you will see that what followed was all of a piece with what went before.
And the best time to do this, is to look back
upon anger, when the fit is thoroughly over.
nor could she look back
nor trust herself to speak, until they had left the cottage some distance behind.
As we look back
and think of the laughs we had We just did not know what it took to cry Delusions of what great times we knew They get better as more time passes by.
A true devotee is one who look up, look back
and bow down to God, knowing fully well that without Him, he is nothing," he added.
AW, Gosforth, Newcastle Nostalgia WHEN we always think of this, We look back
at things we miss, Maybe memories that are good, Or perhaps a favourite food.