For I dream I know not how, And my soul is sorely shaken Lest an evil step be taken, - Lest the dead who is forsaken May not be happy
My courtiers called me the Happy Prince, and happy indeed I was, if pleasure be happiness.
But the Happy Prince looked so sad that the little Swallow was sorry.
If you were to give me forty such men, I never could be so happy
The loving Elves brought her sweet dreams by night, and happy thoughts by day, and as she grew in childlike beauty, pure and patient amid poverty and sorrow, the sinful were rebuked, sorrowing hearts grew light, and the weak and selfish forgot their idle fears, when they saw her trustingly live on with none to aid or comfort her.
Thus their little hands led him back to peace and happiness, flowers bloomed beside his door, and their fragrant breath brought happy thoughts of pleasant valleys and green hills; birds sang to him, and their sweet voices woke the music in his own soul, that never failed to calm and comfort.
Luckily I had sown two great patches of sweetpeas which made me very happy
all the summer, and then there were some sunflowers and a few hollyhocks under the south windows, with Madonna lilies in between.
His age is only so much beyond hers as to be an advantage, as to make his character and principles fixed;--and his disposition, I am well convinced, is exactly the very one to make your sister happy
and how happily too; like all the other days in that most happy
The sight of you, Bartley, to see you living and happy
and successful--can I never make you understand what that means to me?
No longer shall her little silken figure flit up and down your quiet staircases, no more deck out your silent rooms with flowers, humming the while some happy
These shoes possess the property of instantly transporting him who has them on to the place or the period in which he most wishes to be; every wish, as regards time or place, or state of being, will be immediately fulfilled, and so at last man will be happy
, here below.
, thoughtful times there in the old study which Jo called `the church of one member', and from which she came with fresh courage, recovered cheerfulness, and a more submissive spirit.
I cannot say that I was yet quite happy
, in the hope that I was gaining a victory over myself; even in the prospect of so soon looking on her face again.
From a variety of causes she was happy
, and she was soon made still happier; for in following her aunts out of the room, Edmund, who was holding open the door, said, as she passed him, "You must dance with me, Fanny; you must keep two dances for me; any two that you like, except the first.