What does the phrase turn at beauty's glance in the poem leisure by w.h davies mean?
Beauty could refer both -
"Beauty of nature"
The Latin phrase 'otium' may mean ease, free time, or leisure. The word is the base to the verb 'otiari', which means 'to be at leisure'. It also is the base to the noun 'otiolum', which means 'a little leisure'. And it's the base to the adjective 'otiosus', which means 'at leisure, without occupation' and by extension 'calm, quiet'.
a phrase is just a few words together A phrase does not have a subject and a verb like a complete sentence does. example: "near the park" is a phrase. We walked the dog near the park is a sentence. Well if a person asks you what is a interrupting phrase always say that you'll use these kind of words in the sentence such as; true,in fact,for example, I think,it seems, after all,I believe, in…
from Yahoo: Best Answer - Chosen by Asker Hi! The song is just a jingle for now and I am the artist singing it! myspace.com/erika spicytoast.etsy.com .Miss Erika Davies. I tried the link, and it doesn't work. So a bit more research reveals: Miss Erika Davies Her projects page, where she tells about singing the commercial: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1633035047/miss-erika-davies-be-a-part-of-creating-galaxy-lak The Actual Commercial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zk32xMNUjWU&feature=related Great song, great voice - best of luck Miss Davies.