He's dying of a broken heart
," said the lady-doctor suddenly.
But I am so rattled with more dreadful things that I can hardly read my own feeling; and don't know whether I despise it now as a flirtation or bear it as a broken heart
Aramis stifled the exclamation which almost escaped his broken heart
My father- -my father really died of a broken heart
His broken heart
may flutter for a moment, when he thinks of the world outside, and what it might have been to him in all those lonely years, but that is all.
And with her arms twined round--she knew it now--a broken heart
She must pass heavily, with that broken heart
, across the borders of Time--she must bathe her hurts in some fount of paradise, and forget her grief in the light of immortality, and THERE be well.
If with thee be broken hearts
, Joy so peacefully departs, That its echo still doth dwell, Like the murmur in the shell.
I don't like to think of broken hearts
-- or anything unpleasant.
Seven prisoners released, seven gory heads on pikes, the keys of the accursed fortress of the eight strong towers, some discovered letters and other memorials of prisoners of old time, long dead of broken hearts
,--such, and such--like, the loudly echoing footsteps of Saint Antoine escort through the Paris streets in mid-July, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine.
Poyser, by way of conclusion, "you might tell her she's got but one aunt left, and SHE'S wasted pretty nigh to a shadder; and we shall p'rhaps all be gone twenty mile farther off her next Michaelmas, and shall die o' broken hearts
among strange folks, and leave the children fatherless and motherless.
A PENSIONER died of a broken heart
days after his wife passed away, relatives have revealed.