Some articles on weeping:
... Lullaby" and "Weeping" (album tracks 11 and 12) are sung by him in conjunction with the renowned South African musical group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, with further contributions ... "Weeping", a pop song originally composed in South Africa, is thematically oriented with the country's history of Apartheid ... "Lullaby" is a track included in the album as a supplement to "Weeping", considered one of the album's major highlights ...
... The account says that Palti "followed her weeping as far as Bahurim ... The Talmud explains his weeping as sorrow over the loss of a good deed, and not as weeping for the loss of Michal herself Is it not written (II Samuel 3.16), He ...
... that it was the place where sailor's wives were weeping when their men set sail is a romantic falsification ... Most weeping that done was for the fishermen who left from that port.) While many in history have called this (the weeping, that is) a myth, there is one thing that may prove this ...
... A weeping statue is a statue which has been claimed to be shedding tears or weeping by supernatural means ... Statues weeping tears of a substance which appears to be human blood, oil, and scented liquids have all been reported ... phenomena are sometimes associated with weeping statues such as miraculous healing, the formation of figures in the tear lines, and the scent of roses ...
... Jeremiah said A voice was heard at Ramah, Rachel was weeping over her sons, because they were no more. 301) Jeremiah said that she was figuratively weeping because of the loss of the people killed or taken in captivity ... was king In Rama was there a voice heard, lamentation, and weeping, and great mourning, Rachel weeping for her children, and would not be comforted, because they are not ...
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Famous quotes containing the word weeping:
“What a cheerful rhyme! Clean not mean!
Been not seen! Not tiredexpired!
We must now decide about place.
We decide that place is the big weeping face
And the other abstract lace of the race.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“Mans feeble race what ills await!
Labour, and Penury, the racks of Pain,
Disease, and Sorrows weeping train,
And Death, sad refuge from the storms of Fate!”
—Thomas Gray (17161771)
“Here did she fall a tear. Here in this place
Ill set a bank of rue, sour herb-of-grace.
Rue even for ruth here shortly shall be seen
In the remembrance of a weeping queen.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)