now they mourn
indeed, Mopo," said Chaka in my ear; "now thy people mourn
from the heart and not with the lips alone.
The nation mourns and joins the families and friends of our fallen heroes in their moment of sorrow,' it added.
On June 13, flags in government offices were at half-mast until June 16 to mourn and show respect for the victims of the Marawi siege.
At an order by HM the King, the Royal Court mourns
late Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.
instead the stranger she is to herself, sitting up all night for stingy wages.
the loss of your son, husband, father, brother.
The images, formative for the collective memory of a generation, were accompanied by the Serbian dirge "Smrt u Dalasu" (Death in Dallas) by Jozo Karamatic, who mourns
in this speech-song the 1963 death of the American president.
A spiritually deadened person mourns
over things that should bring celebration--and often celebrates things that should be mourned
the untimely passing of the king, who died in the flower of his youth, and she curses the Fate Atropos for bringing an end to their "jeunes ans" of marriage.
the irrecoverable loss of the man who signified/supplemented Achilles by repeating "his" marks.
It is traditional to read the Book of Lamentations, which mourns
the destruction of the first Temple.
Another text says the soul mourns
the body for seven days, for "it cannot quit what it loves"; spirit laments matter, and misses it.
Beloved shatters that defense; she taker, Sethe deep into the truth that, until she mourns
, she is still a slave.
While we can mourn
the loss of any child, the mother needed to take responsibility for her son and make sure he was in bed and asleep during those pre-dawn hours.