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“For never in truth do we tribes of woe-stricken mortals tread the path of delight with sure foot; but still some bitter affliction keeps pace with our joy; Wherefore they too, though their souls were melted with sweet love, were held by fear, whether the sentence of Alcinous would be fulfilled.”
“She came in leaning on Laura, with her back to the waning light, so that Arthur could not see how pallid and woe-stricken her face was, and as she went up to Pen, whom she had not seen during the day, and placed her fond arms on his shoulders and kissed him tenderly, Laura left her, and moved away to another part of the room.”
“The weary time dragged on; they slept again, and awoke famished and woe-stricken.”
“Many sorrows have befallen man during his chequered course; and many a woe-stricken mourner has found himself sole survivor among many.”
“Sin-stricken, woe-stricken, and remorseful, feeling how inefficient is even her mother's love, how powerless every earthly consideration to hold her back from ruin; stretching out palsied hands to Heaven for help; racked by the fierce fires of repentance, her tortured soul corroded by remorse, she mourns passionately but unavailingly.”
“The tears that will fall from the eyes of woe-stricken and weeping persons, inspire me with fear, O Lord!”
“And, O bull of the Bharata race, thinking that her husband would die on the morrow, the woe-stricken Savitri, observing a fast, spent that night in extreme anguish.”
“Distressed and woe-stricken, I am seeking my husband alone in these woods.”
“I ask, distressed and woe-stricken on thy account, saying, 'Hast thou seen in this woods the royal Nala?”
“For never in truth do we tribes of woe-stricken mortals tread the path of delight with sure foot; but still some bitter affliction keeps pace with our joy.”
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