|A shard of summer fell from the sky: |
slippers were kicked off, doors were flung open,
The Farm Game was set up and squabbled over
|We didn't bother getting dressed until noon. |
And then we only did so in order to walk up to the Trading Post.
|He made a very thorough circuit, checking out every booth. |
He did not have enough money to buy the cool print of the green robot,
but he did have enough to buy a chalkboard for his room.
Are we surprised at his frame color choice?
No, we are not.
|Aliza chose an optician's lens front the 1930s.|