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|QuotationsBook.com. - Dye, James There are many truely horrible things goin' on |
in the world whilst we're lost to the druthers over spilled milk. - Dye, James If my
life was a hole, it would be deep, filled with melancholy and sadness. - Dye ...
|The Hole Thru these tears are forced a smile to please the faces of happiness |
that greets my melancholy soul — and so, the truth remains untold - Lost in the
shadows as another chapter of my life unfolds. I've fallen into a dark and hollow
hole in my mind, Screaming to heights that my words can't define. The rumble of
my voice is crying out, But it's buried too deep, so it's filled with doubts. This
pressure is hard to endure, do this, do that - try to look ahead; Doesn't feel like I'm
dying, feels ...
|Even Japanese as rich as Kawashima did not live in quite the same splendour as |
their high-ranking counterparts in China. ... Left alone in the three almost empty
little rooms, I felt sad and frightened. Compared to the noisy hallways of my family
home the house was silent and full of melancholy. I ached for my ... I was deep in
my musings when one of the household servants, a woman as skinny as a ... The
stick woman gave me a cricket in a brass box pierced with tiny breathing holes.
|You must swear on your father's name that you will accept the codes into your |
heart, and only when the ethereal breeze gives you a signal and I call ... And
searched I certainly had: in cupboards filled with words, in the shadow of each
story and in the light of wisdom. I breathed a deep desire for knowledge,
understanding, and wisdom. ... about the strange and profound melancholy that
had always come over me like a grating emptiness in my heart, as if there were a
hole in my heart.
|that melancholy subject and assuring you that no event in my life has ever |
produced such a deep and painful impression upon my mind as that to which I
refer. ... Great as the misfortune of the explosion was, I trust it will not discourage
men so full of spirit as Messrs. ... The hole to be tamped should be made
sufficiently large in diameter, that the cartridge may reach the bottom without
there being any ...
|A Journey Into the World of Dockside Prostitution in South Africa Henry Trotter ... I |
eventually moved beyond my melancholia because, as I got deeper into the lives
of the women, I saw that they were agents of ... Would the women hurl drinks at
me for prying into their lives? ... Unfortunately, such a scheme was full of holes.
|She had assumed that if she ever left New Jersey, her memories would fade into |
the brightness of somewhere better ... I don't express it as easily as you do, but
there's a deep seated bitter sweetness about this time in my life. ... to death about
my health, and ever since I had that premonition last August . . . well, it's like a
dark hole opened up ... sometimes I see your fragility through the soft bloom of
the sunlight, and the past settles in melancholy shadows over all the places we'
|As I had now nearly given up the hope of finding my lovely girl, I took the bean, |
carried it to a jeweller, and had it set in gold, to wear constantly ... After all —
fancy is as good as philosophy— if it can only make a man happy ! ... That was
the crisis in my life. ... He was a tall, powerful man, of very commanding
appearance, apparently upwards of sixty — but full of the fire of youth. He had a
few scars and seams on his forehead and cheeks; and wore the badge of an
order in his button hole.
Ruskin Bond - 2003 - 199 pages
|altogether destitute of provision, nor could I tell how my life was to be supported. |
This melancholy prospect drew a copious flood of tears from my eyes; but as it
had pleased God to grant my wishes in being ... Yet, Low would never suffer his
men to work on the Sabbath, which was more devoted to play; and I have even
seen some of them ... The island was well watered, full of high hills and deep
|one knee, and apply the match to the touch- 1 " Doubtless, my children, you could |
not ; for hole, at the very moment when the ... Judge, my children, of my astonish-
said the orphans, more and more astonished " how strange this is, a man with a
black ... leaning over his prostrate body, and gazing upon him with the greatest
tenderness and a most melancholy expression. .... I heard you singing,' he
answered ; " but can you tell me where Madame Simon lives, the wife of the