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Island Of Sorrows - Andy M. Stewart

... May it shine on her sleep like a smile from the West From her own lovely Island of Sorrows

Island Of Dreams - Fancy Play

... nowhere Very close to paradise Island of dreams Words of desire Island of dreams Moments of fire You will see it look into my eyes Island of dreams Island of dreams Mountains of sorrow We will climb You and I There ...

A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland (Chap. 28) - Samuel Johnson

... he then lay in bed without hope of life. We resolved not to embarrass a family, in a time of so much sorrow, if any other expedient could he found; and as the Island of Ulva was over-against us, it was ...

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Heart of Darkness, Book II - Masterworks of Brit Lit

... . Unexpected, wild, and violent as they had been, they had given me an irresistible impression of sorrow. The glimpse of the steamboat had for some reason filled those savages with unrestrained grief. The danger, if ...

The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano (Excerpts) - Masterworks of Brit Lit

... them made me shudder. From Chapter 5 On the 13th of February 1763, from the mast-head, we descried our destined island Montserrat; and soon after I beheld those "Regions of sorrow, doleful shades, where peace And rest can rarely dwell. Hope ...

Levana and Our Ladies of Sorrow - Thomas De Quincey

... what name shall we call them? If I say simply, ?The Sorrows,? there will be a chance of mistaking the term; it might be understood of individual sorrow,?separate cases of sorrow,?whereas I want a term expressing the mighty abstractions that incarnate themselves ...

THE GRANDEST ACCUSATION - Dark Tranquility Play

What if you are an island of sorrow? Then I'll be the raging sea What if you are the region's dreams? Then I'll ...

In The Hands Of The Enemy - The Black Sorrows Play

... fears grow stronger Is this cold war gettin' longer Chippin' rocks to stone On this island penitentiary No chance of my own Across a sea of treachery (J. Camilleri N. Smith ? Rondor Warner Chappell)

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Lovers Of The Disappeared - The Crimea Play

... grows tentacles Mountains become islands In the shadows of her shadow Little changes from year to year, for lovers of the disappeared Just can?t imagine a tomorrow, on the sunny side of sorrow Where were the architects of our destruction, where ...

Sweet Sorrow - Two Shots Of Rye

I sail towards your island But you won't let me reach your shore I bring God, good memories, all the things you like to eat But you say they're of no use to you no more Sweet Sorrow She didn't know ...

The Spirits Of The Tall Hall - Disembowelment Play

... they have their dwelling place andhearts free of sorrow, In the islands of the blessed, by the deep swirling stream of the ocean", The hypnotised sound of Boetian harps, created by the force of spirits, The faraway landsno longer seem ...

Toward The Silver Seas Of Tormenthastrum - Elephant

... microcosm is just a fool's wisdom The cryptic spores of music are to stay forever The solitary chemistry of the plasmic waters Renewed from age to age, consolation of sorrows Breeding regularity from dissociated knowledge Arcana uphold me as the night ...

The Ivory Gate Of Dreams - Fates Warning Play

... our pasts. III. DAYLIGHT DREAMERS Daylight dreamers awaken on Deserts of desperation Lonely lives learn to live on Islands of isolation. Surrounded by violent oceans Of hate and hopeless sorrows Daylight dreamers envision Tranquil seas in safe tomorrows. Dreaming through ...

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Jack In A Box - Intwine Play

Stuck on an island of sorrow You can't find your way Then buried to the darkness There's no night and day ...

Ain't I? - Agathocles

... , Feel like being not understood, God, I wish you fucking could, Visit my island of sorrow, Love today, hate tomorrow Walking among the trees, On my island full of sorrow, Trees resembling corpses, Ain't I a happy bastard? Just all in my head ...

Weakness Of A Man - Angra

... shore, on an island I can hear, our sea of sorrow With no harm with no disgrace I am planting the seeds of tomorrow In my circle I will reign I was left behind betrayed, Oh yeah! Dark backward, abyss of time Right in ...

An Ocean's Measure Of Sorrow - Au4

... ocean floor, staring above to deep blue more. Forgot my name and who I was; memories of nothing floating up. All of the sorrow we once knew colours the ocean's water blue. Sin sinking. Deep ocean. Sun ...

Collage:Cages Of The Mind II - Collage (PL)

... stares Drifts a sail of blue On an island of hope Breed moths and birds of sorrow And the breeze is blowing cold Within the hunger Above the heights of passion Among the stares Sinks a sail of blue Among the whiles ...

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The Grandest Accusation - Dark Tranquillity

What if you are an island of sorrow? Then I'll be the raging sea What if you are the reaching trees? Then I'll ...

Of Costello The Proud, Of Oona The Daughter Of Dermott, And Of The Bitter Tongue - William Butler Yeats

... answered: 'We are carrying Dermott's daughter Winny whom you murdered, to be buried in the island of the Holy Trinity,' and the man stooped and picked up a stone and cast it at ...

The Adoration of the Magi - William Butler Yeats

... waters, on which the people see the dim outline of the Islands of the Young?the Happy Islands where the Gaelic heroes live the lives of Homer?s Phaeacians?a voice came out of the air over the waters and told him ...

The Destiny of Nations. A Vision - Samuel Taylor Coleridge

... such commotion made they, and uproar, As when the mad Tornado bellows through The guilty islands of the western main, What time departing from their native shores, Eboe, or Koromantyn's plain ...

Jerusalem The Emanation of the Giant Albion: Chapter 1 - William Blake

... , Beneath Beulah: as a watry flame revolving every way And as dark roots and stems: a Forest of affliction, growing In seas of sorrow. Los also views the Four Females: Ahania, and Enion, and Vala, and Enitharmon lovely. And ...

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The Cranes of Ibycus (Translated) - Friedrich Schiller

... ' strand From Phocis, from the Spartan land, From Asia's distant coast, they wend, From every island of the sea, And from the stage they hear ascend The chorus's dread melody. Who, sad ...

The Birth of Tragedy (Chap. 5) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... in the eighth century BC); Archilochus : (680 BC to c. 645 BC), Greek poet from the island of Paros. 1. . .maenads : These are the ecstatic female worshippers of Dionysus. Euripides : (480-406 BC), famous Greek tragedian. His last play, the Bacchae, was ...

Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 2.3) - Michel de Montaigne

... furiously upon the enemy, with intention to strike home but not to ward a blow. The Island of Gozzo being taken some years ago by the Turks, a Sicilian, who had two beautiful daughters ...

How launching the “worst version” of a site led to 40,000,000 monthly users - Tom Lehman

... was the year that you were describing earlier where things were going nowhere. The ?Trough of Sorrow,? I think they call it at Y Combinator. Tom: Yeah, I think that?s right. We launched in September ...

The Shape of the Fire - Theodore Roethke

... is barren. The she-bear mopes under the hill. Mother, mother, stir from your cave of sorrow. A low mouth laps water. Weeds, weeds, how I love you. The arbour is cooler. Farewell, farewell, ...

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Heart of Darkness (Section II) - Joseph Conrad

... . Unexpected, wild, and violent as they had been, they had given me an irresistible impression of sorrow. The glimpse of the steamboat had for some reason filled those savages with unrestrained grief. The danger, if ...

A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland (Chap. 3) - Samuel Johnson

Aberbrothick As we knew sorrow and wishes to be vain, it was now our business to mind our way. The roads of Scotland afford little diversion to the traveller, who seldom sees himself either encountered or overtaken, ...

Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia (Chap. 39) - Samuel Johnson

... I should be forgotten; that you would leave Cairo, and I must end my days in an island of the Nile. ?I grew at last hopeless and dejected, and cared so little to entertain him, ...

The Coming of The Rauparaha - Arthur Henry Adams

... mana!? So he ceased, and tremulous the silence Sighed to voice in one long wail of sorrow. So; it was the truth that Hipe taught them: None was left to lead them ...

The Procession of Life - Nathaniel Hawthorne

... grievous utterances that are audible throughout the earth. We appeal now to the sacred bond of sorrow, and summon the great multitude who labor under similar afflictions to take their places in ...

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Chapter 1 - The Story of King Shahryar and His Brother - Richard F. Burton

... yore and in time long gone before, there was a King of the Kings of the Banu Sasan in the islands of India and China, a Lord of armies and guards and servants and dependents. He left only two sons, one in ...

Life Of Pericles - Plutarch

... hereafter. Immediately after this, turning his forces against the revolters, and passing over into the island of Euboea with fifty sail of ships and five thousand men in arms, he reduced their cities, and drove out the ...

Life Of Phocion - Plutarch

... danger beyond the forwardest, which indeed, in the end, cost him his life in the island of Chios, he having pressed his own ship foremost to force a landing. But Phocion, being a man ...

Life Of Pompey - Plutarch

... his father, as appears at large in his life. Lepidus, upon this being driven out of Italy, fled to Sardinia, where he fell sick and died of sorrow, not for his public misfortunes, as they say, but upon the discovery ...

Life Of Poplicola - Plutarch

... the highest commendation and the strongest censure; for either the greatness of his virtue raised him above the impressions of sorrow, or the extravagance of his misery took away all sense of it; but neither seemed common, or the result ...

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Heart of Darkness, Book III - Masterworks of Brit Lit

... long shadow fell to the water's edge. Her face had a tragic and fierce aspect of wild sorrow and of dumb pain mingled with the fear of some struggling, half-shaped resolve. She stood looking at us without a stir and like ...

The Tempest, Act 5 - Masterworks of Brit Lit

... , His brother and yours, abide all three distracted And the remainder mourning over them, Brimful of sorrow and dismay; but chiefly Him that you term'd, sir, 'The good old lord Gonzalo;' His ...

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