Better still - unlike over here, where British royals looking for a bride have to shyly
hang round real-tennis tournaments or polo matches to find Miss Wrong - in Swaziland the wannabe wives come to the king in what is known as the "reed dance" ceremony.
I don't know whether or not it was his example, but I began trying to write poetry about then, and I shyly
told him so one day.
The girl asks about my unfair treatment In its enthusiastic concern my small spoon Shyly
elaborates its views on love after the talk The gift waves The sun shines the flowers bloom - I love you Youth cares about nothing just like her Aunt's smile disappears in a wink
A young friend asked me to check the truth thee, south of the equator, water drains counter clockwise out of the sink and shyly
suggested that I might bring back a can to add to her and her boyfriend's collection of beer cans.
Yet a slender sprout arose from the trunk of that tree, and on that sprout hung six little leaves drooping downward, almost shyly
His one decisive action takes him away from the woman he shyly
and secretly loves.
This shortage of water affected several areas of the Cant Board, including Misrial Road, Mohalla Zamirdran, Alhabad, Cant view colony, Officer Colony, Shyly
Valley, Tench Bhata, and Iqbal Colony.
accepted the applause while wiping away a tear as his wife Paulina and family stood by his side.
Spot a shyly
speckled thrush Hiding under a gooseberry bush.
The pair made an exit arm-in-arm, with the 'Mean Girls' actress giggling shyly
as she was snapped.
Peas climbed canes standing to attention in a row, Jostling with lettuce some refusing to grow, Shaded beneath purple veined leaf, Beetroot shyly
grew to his relief.