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Then Clever Elsie began to weep and said: 'If I get Hans, and we have a child, and he grows big, and we send him into the cellar here to draw beer, then the pick-axe will fall on his head and kill him.' Then she sat and wept and screamed with all the strength of her body, over the misfortune which lay before her.
But wilt thou not weep, wilt thou not weep forth thy purple melancholy, then wilt thou have to SING, O my soul!--Behold, I smile myself, who foretell thee this:
"If, when I tell you, dearest dear, that your agony is over, and that I have come here to take you from it, and that we go to England to be at peace and at rest, I cause you to think of your useful life laid waste, and of our native France so wicked to you, weep for it, weep for it!
Flowers looked lovingly up as they passed, birds sang to cheer them when sad thoughts made them weep. And soon little Bud found out their gentle deeds, and her friendly words gave them new strength.
Then Baleka spoke: "I weep, mother of a king, because this man, who is my brother, has come from him who is my lord and they son, to murder that which shall be born of me.
"My dear Frankenstein," exclaimed Henry, when he perceived me weep with bitterness, "are you always to be unhappy?
Who that had seen him bright and joyous in his young beauty, but must weep over his untimely loss!
She weeps continually, and accuses herself unjustly as the cause of his death; her words pierce my heart.
In today's world, the blessed who weep are people who mourn over the suffering of others.
They weep because of the oxygen of publicity you've given that big-toothed and permatanned Tallafornian they thought they'd seen the back of.
I remembered that young staffer when PF, his heart in his eyes, asked thousands of students to learn how to weep, to learn how to cryand in so doing, to learn how to weep for others.
Critique: Profusely illustrated with images featuring an informed and informative captioning, "The Stones Weep: Teaching The Holocaust Through A Survivor's Art" is especially recommended reading for educators, artists, students, historians, as well as a unique and seminal contribution to community and academic library Holocaust Studies reference collections and supplemental reading lists.