Wednesday, 24 May 2017



1. ( when intr., often followed by “from” or an infinitive) . to cease or refrain (from doing something)
2. (archaic) . to tolerate or endure (misbehaviour, mistakes, etc.)

1. a variant spelling of forebear (i.e. an ancestor; forefather)

She turns away
Not able to forbear the loss of privacy
The burden of success
A silhouette fading in a matter of minutes.
Now he stands at the window and stops
Forgets to breathe

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