Quite young, I grieve to say; and all of my brothers and sisters that you see here are practically my own age.
She'd let herself grieve for a day – maybe two – and then fill her world with as much sunshine as possible.
I grieve that my waning strength prevents rejoicing in the sight of your most gracious presence.
'I don't grieve for myself,' he says, 'God, it seems, has chastened me.
The cypress was the tree into which Cyparissus, a beautiful youth beloved by Apollo, was transformed, that he might grieve to all time (Ovid, Met.
Moreover, they urge them not to grieve for certain members of the society who have already died, saying that, " if we believe that Jesus died and rose again," we may also be assured that " the dead in Christ will rise " and will live for ever with Him.
That Cicero kept copies of his letters, or of many of them, we know from a passage in which, when addressing a friend who had inadvertently torn up a letter from him, he says that there is nothing to grieve about; he has himself a copy at home and can replace the loss (Fam.
"Ah, how bitter it is to love someone near to you and to feel that..." she went on in a trembling voice, "that you can do nothing for him but grieve him, and to know that you cannot alter this.