If I could have any superpower I would want to be able to read peoples minds. It would be cool to know what other people are thinking. It would probably be annoying being able to hear what everyone is thinking after a while. But you could find out what people are saying about you and other people. Another super power i would like to have is to freeze time. So when your having fun and you dont want that day to end I could just freeze it.
My 3 Wishes Essay A classic format for compositions is the five paragraph essay. Is not the only format for writing an essay, of course, but it is a useful model for you to keep in.
It would allow people to make money on what is now a hobby.
If farming was worth money it would improve lots of lives because we could afford to travel places.
It would allow people to make money on what is now a side job or hobby. That would allow for farmers to take a break and travel like every farmer dreams of and do something but constant work.
If I had one wish in the world it would be to make farming worth money.
Students: Tell us about what superpower you would like to have, if you could. How would you use it? What abilities or talents do you think your family members would want to have? Does the power you wish for somehow make up for something lacking in your life, as on “No Ordinary Family”?
Gray declined our invitation, though he had not yet been asked: offered to come, and bring in his hand the Duchess of Bolton the original Polly: and left their cards as Captain Sentry and Sir Roger de Coverley: Swift came in and sat down without speaking a word, and quitted the room as abruptly: Otway an Chatterton were seen lingering on the opposite side of the Styx, but could not muster enough between them to pay Charon his fare: fell asleep in the boat, and was rowed back again -- and Burns sent a low fellow, one John Barleycorn, an old companion of his, who had conducted him to the other word, to say that he had during his lifetime been drawn out of his retirement as a show, only to be made an exciseman of, and that he would rather remain where he was.
"If he grows disagreeable," it was whispered aloud, "There is can match him" At length, his romantic visit to Drummond of Hawthornden was mentioned, and turned the scale in his favour.Lamb inquired if there was any one that was hanged that I could choose to mention?
Of our party only two persons present had seen the British Roscius; and they seemed as willing as the rest to renew their acquaintance with their old favourite.We were interrupted in the hey-day and mid-career of this fanciful speculation, by a grumbler in a corner, who declared it was a shame to make all this rout about a mere player and farce-writer to the neglect and exclusion of the fine old dramatists, the contemporaries and rivals of Shakespear.
This would indeed be a revival of the dead, the restoring of art; and so much more desirable, as such is the lurking scepticism mingled with our overstrained admiration of past excellence, that though we have the speeches of , the portraits of Reynolds the writings of Goldsmith, and the conversation of Johnson, to show what people could do at that period, and to confirm the universal testimony to the merits of Garrick; yet, as it was before our time, we have our misgivings, as if he was probably, after all, little better than a Bartlemy-fair actor, dressed out to pay Macbeth in a scarlet coat and laced cocked-hat.
He was so far enviable (and one would feel proud to have witnessed the rare spectacle in him) that he was almost the only poet and man of genius who met with his reward on this side of the tomb, who realized in friends, fortune, the esteem of the world, the most sanguine hopes of a youthful ambition, and who found that sort of patronage from the great during his lifetime which they would be thought anxious to bestow upon him after his death.
Granville the polite,
And knowing Walsh, would tell me I could write;
Well-natured Garth inflamed with early praise,
And loved and endured my lays:
The courtly Talbot, Somers, Sheffield, read,
Ev'n mitred Rochester would nod the head:
And St John's self (great Dryden's friend before)
Received with open arms one poet more.
Happy my studies, if by these approved!
Happier their author, if by these beloved!
From these the world will judge of men and books,
Not from the Burnets, Oldmixons and Cooks.'"Here is voice totally failed him, and throwing down the book, he said, "Do you think I would not wish to have been friends with such as man as this?""What say you to ?" -- " He rather made a show of himself, and courted popularity in that lowest temple of fame, a coffee-shop, so as in some measure to vulgarize one's idea of him.
As Ayrton, with an uneasy, fidgety face, was about to put some question about Mr Locke and Dugald Stewart, he was prevented by Martin Burney, who observed, "If J------was here, he would undoubtedly be for having up those profound and redoubted scholiasts, Thomas Aquinas and Duns Scotuss" I said this might be fair enough in him who had read, or fancied he had read, the original works but I did not see how we could have any right to call up these authors to given an account of themselves in person, till we had looked into their writings.By this time it should seem that some rumour of our whimsical deliberation had got wind, and had disturbed the irritabile genus in their shadowy abodes, for we received messages from several candidates that we had just been thinking of.
Or if he did appear, I should wish it to be as a mere vision, like one of his own pageants, and that he should pass by unquestioned like a dream or sound -- Captain [Burney] muttered something about Columbus, and Martin Burney hinted at the Wandering Jew; but the last was set aside as spurious, and the first made over to the New World."I should like" said Mrs Reynolds, "To have seen talk with Patty Blount, and I have seen Goldsmith," Every one turned round to look at Mrs Reynolds, as if by so doing they could get a sight at Goldsmith."Where," asked a harsh, croaking voice, "was Dr Johnson in the years 1745-6?