I hope you'll find it entertaining, but even more that you'll hearken to its message.
And hearken to this latest warning by Kevin Sabet: cigarettes are legal, yet organized crime syndicates still smuggle them.
hearken to the bleating of newborn two-headed freak candidacy lambs.
And then there seemed to me to be a new sound rising among the thunder, and I called to Harek, bidding him hearken.
Be rather in the trumpet's mouth,–anon Among the winds at large–that all may hearken!
Take him, Sarceda, and hearken, let him be your especial care.
I could pray no prayers but for thee; I could hearken to no other tales of woe.
Too much in love to hearken to such a proposal, I urged her to travel more expeditiously, that we might be back the sooner.
The other plough also no man is diligent to set forward, nor no man will hearken to it.
Any reasoning thou hast to come down with, us will hearken, as we goes along; if so be that thou keepest to a civil tongue.