We all have that moment we secretly prepare for, when the speech brewing in the pits of our bellies bursts forth
like a lanced boil when the opportunity finally arises to direct it at the right person.
The 13th Time Lord bursts forth
in Sheffield in clothes worn by her predecessor and without her Tardis or Sonic screwdriver.
The church sings in the face of oppression." Together we sang Mungu ne mwema, a song from the Democratic Republic of the Congo which translates, "Know that God is good." God's goodness bursts forth
even in situations we might call irredeemable.
Now one of the biggest of its kind in Europe, this annual event bursts forth
with Yuletide cheer and atmosphere as street organists, carol singers, buskers, clowns and the smell of mulled wine and roasting chestnuts set the scene.
As spring bursts forth
, Calderdale police's wildlife liaison officers Special Constable Phillip Sanderson and PcFiona Igo are appealing for the public's help to combat rural crime.
The nose bursts forth
lots of lush fruit with little white floral notes bubbling under.
to the fore, and the unseen bursts forth
in the light, and the hearts of
Spring drama bursts forth
with Roald Dahl whose Twisted Tales, adapted for the stage by Jeremy Dyson, of The League of Gentlemen, opens on March 16 for a 10-day run.
But as spring sets in, the valley bursts forth
with life as the landscape undergoes a sea change.
Mass hysteria once again bursts forth
from old unfaithful fans, current fans and the media locally.
Eventually the cello bursts forth
with a passage reminiscent of the opening of the "Prelude in G Major" from J.
New spring growth, shown here, bursts forth
in vibrant reds and bronzy pinks.
Advent is when the church can no longer contain its unbearable, unfulfilled desire and the cry of anhelo bursts forth
: Maranatha, Come, Lord Jesus!
Until, that is, the music of Otis Redding bursts forth
, and Oguri, now the clown, surrenders to a seismic butoh boogie woogie.
A divinity that bursts forth
, dramatically, in the superhuman capacity of that body to suffer a level of pain as no one before or after ever has, in expiation of all the sin of the world.