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lament

a poem or song in which a death is lamented
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In addition to this possibility, we often lack an understanding of what true lament is -- the nature of which is revealed in Jesus' prayer in the garden of Gethsemane (Matthew 26:39,42,44).
I lament the loss of compassion in certain areas of the UK.
In total, there are five City Laments known to us: The Lament over Ur, The Lament over Sumer and Ur, The Lament over Uruk, The Lament over Eridu, and The Lament over Nippur.
Petter presents the three categories in these texts: the historical city laments (The Lamentation over Sumer and Ur, The Lamentation over the Destruction of Ur, The Eridu Lament, The Uruk Lament, and The Nippur Lament), as well as the erfemmas and Wags.
Their dialogue reassesses psychology, history, and creativity through the lens of the Red Book; they examine their new treasure with enthusiasm, and analyze, among other things, the return to the dead, listening to their lament, and accepting them with love.
We lament the pervasive, arrogant abuse of power at all levels.
Blue February, Lament and For You, the shelf installations, include hundreds of wheel-thrown-and-altered tea bowls, cups, cylinders and beakers, in various assemblies and positions.
Nagahara Shosun (author), Andrew Leong (translator); LAMENT IN THE NIGHT; Kaya Press (Fiction: Literary) 17.
This word represents not just a lament, but a violent lament--used, for example, in Greek translations to render the Hebrew term "roaring" of Job 3:24.
2 The Lament Students will continue - Facts & Questions to rehearse Frobisher handout Bay.
This article examines this contextual reversal and the theme of destruction in death with reference to the traditional lament repertoire and its ancient precursors.
Hinze argues that lament plays a critically important role in