have stabbed me to the heart, and I have not the strength to bear it.
Death seemed to follow instantly the slightest pinprick
of a bowman's arrow, nor apparently did one ever miss its goal.
But it's a trick of the night, these pinpricks
tell the story of the world, poking holes in the darkness to let the light in.
In war zones and deserts such as Iraq and Syria, the heat map becomes almost entirely dark -- except for a few scattered pinpricks
As a child, I'd accompany my mother every year to the marketplace in Pardes Katz, a suburb of Ramat Gan, to go see the thickset man who stood there, his white shirt speckled with tiny pinpricks
of blood, leaning against dirty green crates stuffed with frantic foul.
Well imagine a squishy ink blotter which dispenses a super-sheer, base through pinpricks
in the 'cushion'.
If you're yet to be initiated, imagine a squishy ink blotter which dispenses a super-sheer, luminising base through pinpricks
in the 'cushion'.
We can start by embracing the suffering that naturally comes our way, as we live our life and do our work, and offering the small pinpricks
of every day as our contribution to the boundless power of our father God.
Two tiny pinpricks
perhaps, but put a whole lot of pinpricks
into an opaque piece of paper and you can soon look right through it and the message of "don't put your money into Bahrain" is not one that we want to see, particularly at this time of regional economic rebalancing.
The bearded man on the 14-foot cloth has long hair, nail wounds on his wrists and feet, pinpricks
from thorns on his forehead, and a spear wound to his chest.
We have to try and put pinpricks
in their defence to get a goal," he said, presumably while cooking sausages.
These riots are pinpricks
compared with the huge robbery that is taking place by the rich against us all, in this country and across the world, and against the poor most keenly.