I remember pausing once, with a kind of sorrow
that was not all oppressive, not quite despairing.
Far to the north the Big Bwana and his black warriors clung tenaciously to the trail of the fleeing safari that was luring them further and further from the girl they sought to save, while back at the bungalow the woman who had loved Meriem as though she had been her own waited impatiently and in sorrow
for the return of the rescuing party and the girl she was positive her invincible lord and master would bring back with him.
The heart of the best woman is pitiless toward the sorrows
of a rival.
I was at the house of Monte Cristo an hour since," said Morrel; "we were speaking, he of the sorrow
your family had experienced, and I of your grief, when a carriage rolled into the court-yard.
Thus they dwelt in deepest sorrow
, till one day there came to them an unknown messenger, wrapped in a dark mantle, who looked with wondering eyes on the bright palace, and flower-crowned elves, who kindly welcomed him, and brought fresh dew and rosy fruit to refresh the weary stranger.
God didn't send me to you to make light of your sorrow
, but to mourn with you, if you will let me.
The bondswomen whom Achilles and Patroclus had taken captive screamed aloud for grief, beating their breasts, and with their limbs failing them for sorrow
By that Heaven that bends above us -- by that God we both adore -- Tell this soul with sorrow
laden if, within the distant Aidenn, It shall clasp a sainted maiden whom the angels name Lenore -- Clasp a rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore.
In Moscow Princess Mary had no one to talk to, no one to whom to confide her sorrow
, and much sorrow
fell to her lot just then.
I dare say I shall in some degree: it was not without sorrow
I parted with her sister.
So hopeless had seemed her situation to her that Jane Clayton but stood in lethargic apathy awaiting the impact of the huge body that would hurl her to the ground--awaiting the momentary agony that cruel talons and grisly fangs may inflict before the coming of the merciful oblivion which would end her sorrow
and her suffering.
I think, if ever any great sorrow
came to me, I would come to the pines for comfort," said Anne dreamily.
He foretold that great sorrow
and evil should come upon the land because of this child, and so he called her Deirdre, which means trouble or alarm.
But she went away kindly, leaving Anne alone to keep her first vigil with sorrow
We may state the question thus:--Imitation imitates the actions of men, whether voluntary or involuntary, on which, as they imagine, a good or bad result has ensued, and they rejoice or sorrow