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They did no gentle deeds, but cared only for themselves; and when they found their labor was in vain, they tried no longer, but sat weeping.
sang the weeping Fairies, as the gates closed on their outcast friends; who, humbled and broken-hearted, gathered around Bud; and she, with cheering words, guided them back to the forest.
Grief greater than this I could not know, not even though I were to hear of the death of my father, who is now in Phthia weeping for the loss of me his son, who am here fighting the Trojans in a strange land for the accursed sake of Helen, nor yet though I should hear that my son is no more--he who is being brought up in Scyros--if indeed Neoptolemus is still living.
Pinocchio, at that heartbreaking sight, threw himself at the feet of Fire Eater and, weeping bitterly, asked in a pitiful voice which could scarcely be heard:
The essays in The Long Weeping traverse the full range of human experiences with grace.
Made up of thousands of ceramic poppies painstakingly put into place one-by-one, the work, called Weeping Window, was created by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper.
Made up of thousands of ceramic poppies painstakingly put into place one-by-one, the work, called Weeping Willow, was created by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper.
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TIME is running out for visitors to Caernarfon Castle wanting to see the Great War Memorial Garden and Weeping Window displays.
The First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, will visit the Poppies: Weeping Window installation in Caernarfon Castle on Armistice Day.
Weeping Window, comprising ceramic poppies to represent lives lost, had a "gross visitor impact" on the Northumberland economy worth PS1.
Weeping Window officially closed to the public with the sounding of the Last Post on Sunday teatime.