Too great hath been the tension of my cloud: 'twixt
laughters of lightnings will I cast hail-showers into the depths.
It is the knife-edge moment 'twixt
time and eternity.
The recent events at a local cricket match twixt
the players and a group of mindless yobs, is just one example.
'I'll sit and watch!' I whispered and peered petrified at miniscule Mercedes, Chevrolets and Fords snaking their way twixt
my trembling legs and quaking feet.
As the old English proverb goes, "There's many a slip 'twixt
the cup and the lip."
At 46 Twixt
Hill Road, a 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath colonial on .56 acres went for $575,000 in cash.
Doddy has been sidelined to a corner 'twixt
a coffee stall and the main entrance.
However, in our country there is many a slip twixt
cup and lip.
There's many a slip (is showing) twixt
the lip and the lip.
His three-volume Men of Mark 'Twixt
Tyne and Tweed included more than 400 biographies, only four and a half of which were women.
An account of the day was published in the 2002 book called Twixt
, Cock and Fairy, written by local historian John Glaister and Tracey Williams.
Tyne and Wear - the hotbed of football as it was once so succinctly named - we are currently living slap bang amid the turmoil of change.