Her mind wandered over her hopes
and fears, recurring to her other labors, and the prices she received for occupations so wearying and slavish.
I cannot so completely penetrate the mystery of my own heart, as to know when I began to think that I might have set its earliest and brightest hopes
I only wished they would have done, that we might hasten back to Horton Lodge: I longed to seek the retirement of my own room, or some sequestered nook in the grounds, that I might deliver myself up to my feelings--to weep my last farewell, and lament my false hopes
and vain delusions.
But by my love and hope
I conjure thee: cast not thy love and hope
So she still lived with me in the spirit--and lived in hope
Though her clothes were torn and her hair disheveled, Albert Werper realized that he never before had looked upon such a vision of loveliness as that which Lady Greystoke presented in the relief and joy which she felt in coming so unexpectedly upon a friend and rescuer when hope
had seemed so far away.
On reading this I had no reason to disguise my joy and hope
from Frederick Lawrence, for I had none to be ashamed of.
It may hereafter be in my power, or in yours(I hope
it will), to procure him better preferment; but it must not be forgotten that no benefit of that sort would have been beyond his natural claims on us, and that nothing can, in fact, be an equivalent for the certain advantage which he is now obliged to forego through the urgency of your debts."
And now I die, and since there is no hope
Of happiness for me in life or death, Still to my fantasy I'll fondly cling.
Love - as in infancy was mine -'Twas such as angel minds above Might envy; her young heart the shrine On which my ev'ry hope
and thought Were incense - then a goodly gift, For they were childish - and upright - Pure -- as her young example taught: Why did I leave it, and, adrift, Trust to the fire within, for light?
He had but one hope
in life now, and that was for the arrival of the young hunter from Nevada.
The next was in these words: "I do not pretend to regret anything I shall leave in Hertfordshire, except your society, my dearest friend; but we will hope
, at some future period, to enjoy many returns of that delightful intercourse we have known, and in the meanwhile may lessen the pain of separation by a very frequent and most unreserved correspondence.