weeping


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And at last Joe, representing a whole tribe of weeping outlaws, dragged him sadly forth, gave his bow into his feeble hands, and Tom said, "Where this arrow falls, there bury poor Robin Hood under the green- wood tree.
There was a tiny house on the right, and a weeping family gathered in front of it.
Eliza and I went to look at her: Georgiana, who had burst out into loud weeping, said she dared not go.
Edgar stood on the hearth weeping silently, and in the middle of the table sat a little dog, shaking its paw and yelping; which, from their mutual accusations, we understood they had nearly pulled in two between them.
For awhile she lay silent, and I did not speak, though I saw by the heaving of her breast that she was weeping.
They loosed the sack, whereupon the wind flew howling forth and raised a storm that carried us weeping out to sea and away from our own country.
All was bright and beautiful; but kind little Bud would not linger, for the forms of the weeping Fairies were before her; and though the blossoms nodded gayly on their stems to welcome her, and the soft winds kissed her cheek, she would not stay, but on to the Flower Palace she went, into a pleasant hall whose walls were formed of crimson roses, amid whose leaves sat little Elves, making sweet music on their harps.
You write that you are in great distress, and have been weeping.
As he was thus pondering, the son of Nestor came up to him and told his sad tale, weeping bitterly the while.
Come, my daughter, come," continued Madame de Saint-Remy; "we will go and inform madame that at the very moment she is weeping for her husband, at the moment when we are all weeping for a master in this old castle of Blois, the abode of grief, there are people who amuse themselves with flirtations
He went to the planter, and "My mother's dead," said he, weeping.
The boy went down, and there sat Clever Elsie and the girl both weeping together.