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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Sorrow, sphere of our, from the, 567.
steep, my couch in, 450.
tales of, 396.
that keen archer, 776.
there is no. like a love denied, 847.
time assuages, 890.
to heal, by weeping, 883.
to lay me down in, 770.
to the grave, 341, 1005.
under the load of, wring, 53.
we parted in, to meet nevermore, 613.
wear a golden, 98.
whate’er there be of, 845.
where there is, is holy ground, 836.
with, where all was delight, 764.
Sorrows and darkness encompass the tomb, 535.
at my bier, waste their, 571.
come not single spies, 142.
flow, as thy, 518.
here I and, sit, 79.
I will instruct my, 79.
of a poor old man, 433.
of death compassed me, 1010.
remembered, 597.
simple wiles transient, 474.
to be proud, I will instruct my, 79.
Sorrow’s children, fold, 798.
crown of sorrow, 669.
dark array, 988.
keenest wind, 482.
purse is free, but, 763.
spy, knowledge is but, 217.
Sorrowful, how long the, 749.
song, labour is but a, 717.
Sorrowing goes a borrowing, 21, 360.
goeth a, 21.
Sorry, I am right, 6.
Sort, hurt of a deadlier, 212.
of runic rhyme, time, 655.
smiles in such a, 111.
Sorts of people, all, 118.
of prosperity, I wish you all, 986.
Soshubble ez a baskit er kittens, 828.
Sots, what can ennoble, 319.
Sought, lack of many things I, 161.
love, is good, 76.
prize we, is won, 744.
the world, I never have, 374.
with positivists, truth be, 765.
Soul above buttons, 454.
all life, sleep happy, 685.
and body to lasting rest, 80.
and God stand sure, 710.
angelic, hark hark my, 717.
arise O, and gird thee, 829.
aspiring pants, the, 635.
awake my, 359.
befalls a, 775.
biting for anger, eager, 221.
blind his, with clay, 673.
body form doth take of the, 29.
bruised with adversity, 50.
calm, of all things make mine, 753.
can this be death, 335.
catch my flying, 333.
cement of the, 354.
Soul, cold waters to a thirsty, 1020.
competent to gain heights, 480.
cordial to the, 222.
crowd not on my, 383.
darkness o’er the parting, 513.
deep imaged in his, 345.
delight in every sorrowing, 346.
dinner-bell the tocsin of the, 559.
discontented with capacity, 512.
eloquence charms the, 228.
every hair a, doth bind, 191.
everywhere the human, 583.
eye and prospect of his, 53.
feast of reason and flow of, 328.
fiery, working out its way, 267.
for my unconquerable, 828.
forward draw my, 781.
freed his, the nearest way, 367.
fret thy, with crosses, 30.
from out that shadow, 656.
genial current of the, 384.
grapple them to thy, 129.
happy, that all the way, 259.
harrow up thy, 131.
has gone aloft, his, 436.
hath elbow-room, 80.
hath sown, seed which the, 814.
haughtiness of, 298.
he had a little, 519.
her lips suck forth my, 41.
hides a dark, 244.
his father’s, to cross, 326.
human, take wing, 552.
I am the master of my, 829.
I like a prophet of the, 614.
I loafe and invite my, 742.
I roamed with my, 656.
I think nobly of the, 77.
immortality of the human, 663.
in the, arise diviner feelings, 607.
indulging every instinct of the, 711.
into the eye and prospect of his, 53.
iron entered into his, 1043.
is competent to gain, the, 480.
is dead that slumbers, 638.
is form and doth the bodie make, 29.
is full of longing, my, 640.
is full of whispered song, my, 748.
is gone, limbs will quiver after the, 375.
is his own, the subject’s, 92.
is in arms and eager for the fray, 296.
is wanting there, 548.
is with the saints, 502.
it offends me to the, 137.
Jove alone endues the, 340.
Justice is a virtue of the, 948.
lends the tongue vows, 130.
liberal, shall be made fat, 1018.
like an ample shield, 277.
like seasoned timber, 204.
limed, struggling to be free, 139.
listened intensely, his very, 480.
living voice sways the, 934.
look down from heaven, 277.
lose his own, 1032.
love orbit of the restless, 756.
may pierce, such as the, 249.
 

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