They told pleasant tales, and sang their sweetest songs to cheer and gladden
, while the dim cells grew bright with the sunlight, and fragrant with the flowers the loving Elves had brought, and by their gentle teachings those sad, despairing hearts were filled with patient hope and earnest longing to win back their lost innocence and joy.
There's something that will gladden
the hearts of a whole tribe of blacks," said he; "there's enough to dress a thousand of them, for they're not very extravagant with cloth.
Let a hundred harps be near to gladden
the king of Lochlin.
36-52) Come thou, let us begin with the Muses who gladden
the great spirit of their father Zeus in Olympus with their songs, telling of things that are and that shall be and that were aforetime with consenting voice.
How few of Nature's faces are left alone to gladden
us with their beauty
To see the old man struck down beneath the pressure of some hidden grief, to mark his wavering and unsettled state, to be agitated at times with a dreadful fear that his mind was wandering, and to trace in his words and looks the dawning of despondent madness; to watch and wait and listen for confirmation of these things day after day, and to feel and know that, come what might, they were alone in the world with no one to help or advise or care about them--these were causes of depression and anxiety that might have sat heavily on an older breast with many influences at work to cheer and gladden
it, but how heavily on the mind of a young child to whom they were ever present, and who was constantly surrounded by all that could keep such thoughts in restless action!
your heart to know that down at The Old Blair and Bush, 5,000 cops are being deployed to make sure Bush, pictured with Tony Blair, isn't taken out.
The sudden interest in tennis gladdens
me, it is a marvellous sport.
In Gladden, the Gladdens own 50% of the Saddle Mountain Ranch partnership (SMR), which farms land in Arizona.
The Service allowed the Gladdens no basis in the water rights, and issued a deficiency notice of $110,809 (based on $543,566 of ordinary income).
SO, the great name of cricket has been dragged through the mud in Sri Lanka, but the sight of Michael Atherton handing out the verbals as all around him bats and helmets are hurled in disgust gladdens
Lavin to report that lately Moiso has been demanding the ball.
The visual poetry gladdens
the heart, and you can see why the storybook Ireland and the Irish coax out of her hard shell a lonely Yank who thinks she's seen it all.