In the first weeks the days were long; they often, at their finest, gave me what I used to call my own
hour, the hour when, for my pupils, teatime and bedtime having come and gone, I had, before my final retirement, a small interval alone.
Bright, for the first time, under a roof, though a very humble one, which I could really call my own
It's just like you," Godfrey burst out, in a bitter tone, "to talk about my selling Wildfire in that cool way--the last thing I've got to call my own
, and the best bit of horse-flesh I ever had in my life.
TRAVELLING LIGHT I walked through the darkness of the night, And although my thoughts were heavy, My material possessions that bound me were tight, Yet chains of love made me feel plenty, I walked over the hills into the valley beyond, Where the sun rose and gave light to find, A new place that I could call my own
, For this time I will see and not be blind, The darkness I saw has now disappeared, My thoughts and possessions are now all gone, I travelled into a new place, New life, without fear, And at last I feel the warmth of the sun.
if only / I had 1 puppy to call my own
, / a pert little puppy / to call my own
It's something I can call my own
until someone else breaks it.