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|The means were worthy, and the end is won— I would not do by thee as thou |
hast done! ... There is something so humiliating in the consciousness that some
dear object, to whom we thought ourselves ... feelings are too sacred in female
estimation to be exposed—and while we nurse the grief “ that lies too deep for
|Human reason being, therefore, a fluctuating series, while brute instinct is a fixed |
quantity, there is something encouraging in ... tears'! The source from whence we
weep Too near the surface lies in youth, In age it lies too deep. ... 'From public ills,
and thoughts that else Might weigh the down to earth, That I can gain some
intervals' For healthful, hopeful mirth. ... 'Thus say my morning friends, who now
Are in the vale ofyears, And I, save such as thus may rise, Would draw no other
|Why should I seek to call forth tears ? The source from whence we weep Too |
near the surface lies in youth, In age it lies too deep. As a poet ... He used the
simplest words to express his thoughts, and it is never possible to mistake his
meaning. No modern ... There are some illustrious men who are never rash in
speech, and who speak and write to their intimate friends with the most
|This is why the notion that some thoughts lie too deep for tears is one of the |
lessons that should be taken away from any encounter with Wordsworth's poetry.
... This inquiry, which at base is an investigation into the relationship of art to the
world, its knowingness, leads to the possible ... There is a cost as well as a
potential gain involved in this that can be illustrated very easily by the poem We
|Too. Deep. for. Tears. Thanks to the human heart by which we live, Thanks to its |
tenderness, its joys, and fears, To me the meanest flower that blows can give
Thoughts that often lie too deep for tears. William Wordsworth Deep,
unspeakable suffering may ... For those who have not learned the deep art of
suffering, this may not sound like a difficult journey. We watch Star Wars, and, for
a few moments after ...
|There is something so humiliating in the consciousness that some dear object, to |
whom we thought ourselves necessary, ... are too sacred in female estimation to
be exposed — and while we nurse the grief " that lies too deep for tears," and ...
|There is sorrow in the Ode, the inevitable sorrow of giving up an old habit of |
vision for a new one. ... Indeed, the Ode is so little a farewell to art, so little a dirge
sung over departing powers, that it is actually the very opposite— ... Thanks to the
human heart by which we live, Thanks to its tenderness, its joys, and fears, To me
the meanest flower that blows can give Thoughts that do often lie too deep for
|... that blows" is to Mr. Wordsworth ; and have for him as frequently, " Thoughts |
that do often lie too deep for tears." There is no greater mistake than that which
assumes that the representation of rustic life, as it is, must of necessity be vulgar.
|THERE is assuredly a language of gems, as there is that of flowers, but the |
beautiful and the precious stones, ... read in the stones himself, and then he will
find those "thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears" — and far too deep for
|NoAM: OxAEP-2; OxBA; PAI; TAP; TCAPo; TFi Thoughts of a Young Girl. ... "They |
say there is a hollow, safe and still." SacPr ... APN-1; ITBLP; MakPoe; NAAL-2vl;
NAAL-3; NCAP; NOBA; OxBA; TAP Thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears.
.... TANSG, tr. by Celeste Kostopulos-Cooperman Thow art pretty but unconstant.