I realized that another June 3d would bereave me of half of the youths left to me, whom I loved as my sons.
Schiaffino, a young Ligurian from Camogli, who had also served in the Cacciatori delle Alpi and in the Guides, was among the first to fall on the field, bereaving Italy of one of her bravest soldiers.
Fain for thee wait other brides, other grooms!" Go, nuptial night, my breast of hers bereaving!
An abundance of new comforts, novel sensations, fresh experiences, and breath-bereaving devices that will thrill or heal, will follow of course in their wake.
All sin is foolish upon many accounts; as proceeding from ignorance, error, inconsiderateness, vanity; as implying weak judgment, and irrational choice; as thwarting the dictates of reason, and best rules of wisdom; as producing very mischievous effects to ourselves, bereaving us of the chief goods, and exposing us to the worst evils.
O me alas, nowe do the cruell paines Of cursed death my dere daughter bereave.
Adversities bereaving man's avails, They fly like feathers dallying in the wind: They rise like bubbles in a stormy rain, Swelling in words, and flying faith and deeds.
And, in bereaving of their vital breath, Your grace shall force more fury from your foe.
hath he not Sought to suppresse your Poem, to bereave That honour every tongue in duty paid it.
Matilda, my soul's food, those have bereft, And these of body's food I will bereave.
In the first moment of his vexation he imprudently cried out, "Would ye, then, also bereave me of my place; I, who am a Spaniard?"
Now, dear friends, if we continually bear in mind the royal law of doing to others as we would be done by, we should never think of bereaving our fellow-creatures of that valuable blessingliberty, nor endure to grow rich by their bondage.
If I should say no, This weapon would condemne me, which I seyz'd Of purpose, Burbon, to bereave thy life.
But yet my conscience, toucht with some remorse, Would faine have sav'd the young Pertillos life, But he remorselesse would not let him live, But unawares thrust in his harmelesse brest That life-bereaving fatall instrument: Which cruell deede I seeking to revenge, Have lost my life and paid the slave his due Rewarde for spilling blood of innocents.
Thy Suppliant I beg, and clasp thy Knees; bereave me not (Whereon I live!)
Shades fondly loved appear, your train attending, And visions fair of many a blissful day; First-love and friendship their fond accents blending, Like to some ancient, half-expiring lay; Sorrow revives, her wail of anguish sending Back o'er life's devious labyrinthine way, And names the dear ones, they whom Fate bereaving Of life's fair hours, left me behind them grieving.
This evil litany The wisest even might bereave of sense.
Who authorized the professor to bereave the word 'not' of its negative influence?
Bereave, bereft or bereaved, bereaving, bereft or bereaved.
"Make, made; have, had; pay, paid; say, said; leave, left; Dream, dreamt; mean, meant; reave and bereave have reft.
What godlike shapes have years bereaving Swept from this real work-day world! As once, with tearful passion fired, The Cyprian Sculptor clasp'd the stone, Till the cold cheeks, delight-inspired, Blush'dto sweet life the marble grown: So youth's desire for Nature!round The Statue
What godlike shapes have years bereaving Swept from this real work-day world! As once, with tearful passion fired, The Cyprian Sculptor clasp'd the stone, Till the cold cheeks, delight-inspired, Blush'dto sweet life the marble grown; So Youth's desire for Nature!round The Statue, so my arms I wreathed, Till warmth and life in mine it found And breath that poets breatheit breathed.
Not content with depriving you of a father, now forsooth she must bereave you of a lover too!
The thoughts of their condition never bereave them of one night's rest: No challenges have they; all is at peace with them, for the strong man keeps the house.
"Now, dear Friends, if we continually bear in mind the royal law of doing to others as we would be done by, we should never think of bereaving our fellow-creatures of that valuable blessingliberty, nor endure to grow rich by their bondage.