"His name's Harvey," said Dan, waving two strangely shaped knives, "an' he'll be worth five of any Sou' Boston clam-digger
'fore long." He laid the knives tastefully on the table, cocked his head on one side, and admired the effect.
Yet, since most texts -"Alicante Lullaby," "Dream with Clam-diggers
," "Wreath for a Bridal," "Epitaph for Fire and Flower," "Fiesta Melons (4)," "The Goring," "The Beggars (5)," "Rhyme," and "Spider"- only saw the light in literary magazines during Plath's lifetime, they remained virtually unknown until they were published in Collected Poems (1981) (6).
Wheeldon, dressed in clam-diggers
, a T-shirt and mismatched ballet slippers--good luck charms from his dancing days at New York City Ballet--graciously welcomes guests and lays out the evening's agenda: announcing the launch of Morphoses' website, rehearsing a duet from Polyphonia, and beginning to choreograph the new ballet, Pulcinella.
And for the first time, crabbers and clam-diggers
must get a licence and pay a fee.
The Jordache clam-diggers
with the embroidered fringe -- where do they go?
Men who wear the latest fashion horror - trousers which end half-way between their knees and ankles, called clam-diggers
. (Double the fine if wearing sandals).
None but the brave show well-turned ankles in clam-diggers
In shocking pink, orange, lime and bright blue - worn all at once or on their own - girls are pulling on clam-diggers
, crochet cardis and trendy cotton knits.
(pedal pushers if you don't know), cardis; bustier tops, lots of lace and the colour pink.
forsake their spit of muck for the cold sand where you and I walk barefoot, against the flag-flapping wind.
There's less room for confusion among clam-diggers
, as that is more of an individual activity due to current laws requiring each person to gather his or her own clams and keep them in a separate container.
But, if you really want to turn on the style, invest in long, bias-cut skirts, sheer tops, knee-length clam-diggers