De-bouch Verb - To emerge from a relatively narrow valley upon an open plain; to come forth; emerge.
She watched from her position high in the tree branches as the little boy ran through the open fields. Trailing behind him was an eagle of canvas – wide wings expanding across the blue sky. She sighed; things were better now than they had ever been. The past was peaceful, the future so far away and this present was contenting enough at the moment. Pushing all thoughts aside she laid her back against the rough tree trunk, shading her face under the emerald leaves and gazing at the flowing river debouching into the flowered plains from the valley beyond.
In the distance, growing in size and darkening in tone a cloud loomed above all the verdure, carrying with it a distinct air of presage.
2) Liars. I think everyone hates a liar, it’s hard to see why they wouldn’t.
Lies can be silly whites ones that seem to have little harm. Like elementary kids bragging they have $100 in their piggy bank when they only have $1.
But when you look at it, our society is filled with lies. We live off lies. Broken promises to count. We have government officials bluntly lying about the state of our country when it would of been better they said nothing at all. Friends lying to each other that the dress they just picked out for the dance is really pretty when inside they are saying it’s such a nasty design. Telling your family you’re alright when you really aren’t at all.
I admit it, I couldn’t live without lies. If you look at your day the lies you might say can add to the two digits or more. Like saying, “I’ll feed the dog in a minute,” then half a hour passes or more.
But these aren’t the lies that annoy me, not even those little ones to your family and friends that you only say to avoid upset feelings. It’s those petty lies, the cocky ones that are so obvious that you roll your eyes. A high school bully smiling kindly to the teacher insisting they won’t hurt the boy any more. The promises of one who has broken far too many promises and breaks yet another to add to the list. Even when they insist they won’t again. And those lies that are so harmful that they can end relationships, which all could of been avoided if the truth was spoken earlier - not heard from the mouth of another weeks down the track. The liars who can talk sincere, who have you believe every word are the worst of liars.