.the bin word(s).

sonja benskin mesher

oh this  word springs to mind

to bin


they ask me how i am coping

how do you cope. when all is fine

and dandy

i am sure the word is more to do with roofs

Roofs is the plural of roof in all varieties of English. Rooves is an old secondary form, and it still appears occasionally by analogy with other irregular plurals such as hooves, but it is not common enough to be considered standard.

or religious outfits all gold and satin stitches

bin the word for           I am dealing with things

and adapting well, add the good word enjoying

they put their heads to one side and use that strange

inflection for coping, cope, to cope

how are you bearing up they said when he was dying

bear down they said when you were             …

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