For myself, without claim, without merit, simply by chance I had been allowed to look through the half-opened door and I had seen the saddest
possible desecration, the withered brightness of youth, a spirit neither made cringing nor yet dulled but as if bewildered in quivering hopelessness by gratuitous cruelty; self-confidence destroyed and, instead, a resigned recklessness, a mournful callousness (and all this simple, almost naive)--before the material and moral difficulties of the situation.
All through life that piece of crape had hung between him and the world: it had separated him from cheerful brotherhood and woman's love, and kept him in that saddest
of all prisons, his own heart; and still it lay upon his face, as if to deepen the gloom of his darksome chamber, and shade him from the sunshine of eternity.
What is saddest
about ghosts is that they may not know their child.
"But the saddest
part of the story is still to come.
[USA], Mar 6 (ANI): The "saddest
elephant in the world" has died of depression and loneliness in Spain.
Calling it 'the saddest
decision' of his life, former presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said he was pulling out of the May 2019 senatorial race due to medical reasons.
Today, Tina dropped a single red rose into the ocean as she shared her "saddest
moment as a mother" with fans.
"This is the saddest
news of the saddest
Petrovden, Bulgaria is in clinical demographic death, it dies!", commented Petar Ivanov, head of the BANI demographic institute, to Trud.
"Axel's death was the saddest
, without a doubt the saddest
GRIEVING Rio Ferdinand has curated a playlist in memory of his mum - with a track called Saddest
DOCTOR Who favourite Matt Smith admits the day he found out he couldn't be a professional footballer was one of his saddest
IT was one of the defining moments of Teesside in the 1980s - and maybe one of the saddest