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96,560.  He paid the money at once; half an hour afterwards the van came to take the things away, and when they were gone, Mary sank down on the hearthrug in the wrecked room and sobbed as if her heart would break.  (Possession & Cry & Poverty & Weep)  Robert Tressell, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist

 

 

2,134.  I hurry to laugh at everything, for fear of having to weep at it.  (Life’s Like That & Laughter & Weep)  Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumachais 1732-1799, Le Babier de Seville

 

 

51,125.  Jesus wept.  (Cry & Weep)  John 11:50

 

 

51,130.  He was bored now when Emma suddenly began to sob on his breast; and his heart, like the people who can only stand a certain amount of music, became drowsy through indifference to the vibrations of a love whose subtleties he could no longer distinguish.  (Cry & Weep)  Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary   

 

 

51,132.  You know that a good, long session of weeping can often make you feel better, even if your circumstances have not changed one bit.  Lemony Snicket, The Bad Beginning

 

 

51,133.  Weeping is not the same thing as crying.  It takes your whole body to weep, and when it’s over, you feel like you don’t have any bones left to hold you up.  Sarah Ockler, Twenty Boy Summer 

 

 

51,134.  I drive around the streets

an inch away from weeping,

ashamed of my sentimentality and

possible love.  Charles Bukowski, Love is a Dog from Hell

 

 

51,135.  I wish to weep

but sorrow is

stupid.

I wish to believe

but belief is a

graveyard.  Charles Bukowski, What Matters Most is How Well You Walk Through the Fire

 

 

51,136.  There is a certain pleasure in weeping.  Ovid

 

 

51,137.  No more to say, and nothing to weep for.  (Weep & Say)  Allen Ginsberg

 

 

51,138.  Oh, I am very weary,

Though tears no longer flow;

My eyes are tired of weeping,

My heart is sick of woe.  (Weep & Tears & Woe)  Anne Bronte

 

 

51,139.  He must have a truly romantic nature, for he weeps when there is nothing at all to weep about.  Oscar Wilde

 

 

51,174.  Laugh and the world laughs with you;

Weep, and your weep alone;

For the sad old earth must borrow its mirth,

But has trouble enough of its own.  (Laughter & Weep & Trouble)  Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Solitude

 

 

51,179.  And if I laugh at any mortal thing,

’Tis that I may not weep.  (Laughter & Weep)  Lord Byron, Don Juan

 

 

51,192.  We laugh, but inept is our laughter;

We should weep and weep sore,

Who are shattered like glass, and thereafter

Remoulded no more.  (Laughter & Weep)  Abu’l-Ala-Al-Ma’arri