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  • Therefore, the national security leaders as well as high ranking officials must work hard to resolve the problem properly, otherwise they should quite immediately from their public posts in ethical and moral ground, they have no more rights to continue their jobs in status quo wretched security situation and to watch the public grief's shamefully.

    Nepal: Disappearing Security in Occlusion

  • Sadly, the shadow Home Office team will completely ignore it, leaving it to the Liberal Democrats of all people, for grief's and pity's sake to make the running on this crucial issue.

    On A Practical Proposal For Police Reform

  • Yet, for of heart they spring, grief's children truly begotten,

    Poems and Fragments

  •     Calvus, of our dim grief's common humanity born;

    Poems and Fragments

  • And night doth nightly make grief's strength seem strongerThis post is a little less highbrow than this post by communicator

    National Poetry Day

  • I arose with that intolerable weight at my breast, which it is grief's worst heritage to feel.

    The Mourner

  • Though no one understood the words, the song's sad, yet hopeful, melody brought tears that eased grief's bitter pain, left behind only gentle sorrow.

    Dragons Of Summer Flame

  • Though I hated him, I could see how Darius 'ladies had done him royal honors in their grief's confusion.

    The Persian Boy

  • Look pleasant, please, when days are dark and dismal and all the world seems in a hopeless fix; the clouds won't go because your grief's abysmal, the sun won't shine the sooner for your kicks.

    Rippling Rhymes

  • Time, however, speedily heals grief's wounds when one is in the early twenties, and in the social whirl of English Society Myra had all but forgotten her loss and the dark days of tragedy in Ireland.

    Bandit Love


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