Corwin Marbly, 80, left the neighborhood decades ago, but he spends so much time volunteering at St.
There was a time when Marbly, who retired from the U.
206) Sea calm, with little walking wavelets edged with fine eyebrow crispings, and later nothing but a netting or chain-work on the surface, and even that went, so that the smoothness was marbly
and perfect and, between the just-corded near sides of the waves rising like fishes' backs and breaking with darker blue the pale blue of the general field, in the very sleek hollows came out golden crumbs of reflections from the chalk cliffs.
The pale blue eyes roll upwards, and he fixes you with a zealot's marbly
Now they could forget for a moment the ache in the neck, the marbly
knots developing in the shoulders, as they envisioned the paradise they would one day build, brick by brick, with their own hands.