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Gold
maroon and gold :: boot

The spirals of colour wound up and down Becky’s arms, spurring under, over and through her skin, and as they sparked and clashed, feathers, bells and miniature castles sprouted from her pores.

    TAGS:  Becky the Harlequin, harlequin, feathers, gold, castles, clashing, maroon, spurring


Golden Ring :: Jo

It always was a rather cheesy symbol, when it came down to it.

    TAGS:  marriage, gold, symbolism, rings


Ah, the life of a pirate is made happy with the simplest pleasures; beer, the open sea, a sodding huge pile of gold coins.

    TAGS:  beer, pirates, gold, sodding


I bet I’m not the only person who has considered buying a gold pan and a tent and heading for the Sacramento River.

    TAGS:  gold, The Great Recession, gold fever


Twinkle Loudly :: Keith

In the presence of the stolen gold, his mother's toes began to twinkle loudly, and both Jack and his mother jumped to their feet when they heard the first unmistakable thud of the giant's approach.

    TAGS:  gold, giants, unlikely stories, twinkle


 

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