He relieved his dejection ' Ouvres, i.
With painful dejection he awaited the end of this action, in which he regarded himself as a participant and which he was unable to arrest.
He left Rome at the end of March 58, and arrived on the 23rd of May at Thessalonica, where he remained in the deepest dejection until the end of November, when he went to Dyrrhachium (Durazzo) awaiting his recall.
The whole soul of the poet is reflected in the Ode to Dejection.
At twenty-one years of age he took chambers in the Middle Temple, where we first hear of the dejection of spirits that accompanied him periodically through manhood.
There were no children by the marriage, his own health was failing, and the remainder of his life appears to have been clouded by solitude and dejection.
In religion he found but little comfort during his long and frequent fits of dejection; for his religion partook of his own character.
Xliv., are written in a time of the deepest dejection, and yet are psalms of the Temple choirs; whereas, when the Temple was re-opened for worship, after its profanation by Antiochus, the Jews were victorious, and a much more joyful tone was appropriate.
Tears, dejection and passionate expressions of a despair "wishing only for death," bore fitful and variable witness to her first sense of a heavier yoke than yet had galled her spirit and her pride.
In Stanzas written in Dejection near Naples the two lines 4, 5, "The purple noon's transparent might, I The breath of the moist earth is light," were printed in the 1st edition, "` The purple noon's transparent light," owing to the homoeographon " might" "light."