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20 Alack Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Alack Sayings By Hortense Odlum: A completely indifferent attitude toward clothes in women seems to me to be an admission A completely indifferent attitude toward clothes in women seems to me to be an admission of inferiority, of perverseness, or of alack of realization of her place in the world as a woman. Or
what is even more hopeless and pathetic
it's an admission that she has given up, that she is beaten, and refuses longer to stand up to the world. — Hortense Odlum
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Alack Sayings By William Shakespeare: Alack, sir, no; her passions are made of nothing but the finest part of pure Alack, sir, no; her passions are made of nothing but the finest part of pure love. We cannot call her winds and waters sighs and tears; they are greater storms and tempests than almanacs can report: this cannot be cunning in her; if it be, she makes a shower of rain as well as Jove. — William Shakespeare
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Alack Sayings By Arthur Hugh Clough: Dance on, dance on, we see, we see Youth goes, alack, and with it glee, Dance on, dance on, we see, we see Youth goes, alack, and with it glee, A boy the old man ne'er can be; Maternal thirty scarce can find The sweet sixteen long left behind. — Arthur Hugh Clough
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Alack Sayings By Giovanni Boccaccio: Alack!' rejoined the other, 'what is this thou sayest? Knowest thou not that we have Alack!' rejoined the other, 'what is this thou sayest? Knowest thou not that we have promised our virginity to God?' 'Oh, as for that,' answered the first, 'how many things are promised Him all day long, whereof not one is fulfilled unto Him! An we have promised it Him, let Him find Himself another or others to perform it to Him.' 'Or if,' went on her fellow, 'we should prove with child, how would it go then?' Quoth the other, 'Thou beginnest to take thought unto ill ere it cometh; when that betideth, then will we look to it; there will be a thousand ways for us of doing so that it shall never be known, provided we ourselves tell it not. — Giovanni Boccaccio
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Alack Sayings By Dinah Maria Murlock Craik: Alack, this worldIs full of change, change, changenothing but change! Alack, this world
Is full of change, change, change
nothing but change! — Dinah Maria Murlock Craik
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Alack Sayings By William Shakespeare: On a day - alack the day! -Love, whose month is ever May,Spied a blossom On a day - alack the day! -
Love, whose month is ever May,
Spied a blossom passing fair
Playing in the wanton air — William Shakespeare
Alack Sayings By Allen Ginsberg: The grime was no man's grime but death and human locomotives,all that dress of dust, The grime was no man's grime but death and human locomotives,
all that dress of dust, that veil of darkened railroad skin, that smog of cheek, that eyelid of black mis'ry, that sooty hand or phallus or protuberance of artificial worse-than-dirt - industrial - modern - all that civilization spotting your crazy golden crown
and those blear thoughts of death and dusty loveless eyes and ends and withered roots below, in the home-pile of sand and sawdust, rubber dollar bills, skin of machinery, the guts and innards of the weeping coughing car, the empty lonely tincans with their rusty tongues alack, what more could I name, the smoked ashes of some cock cigar, the cunts of wheelbarrows and the milky breasts of cars, wornout asses out of chairs & sphincters of dynamos - all these
entangled in your mummied roots - and you there standing before me in the sunset, all your glory in your form! — Allen Ginsberg
Alack Sayings By Petrarch: Alack our life, so beautiful to see, With how much ease life losest, in a Alack our life, so beautiful to see, With how much ease life losest, in a day, What many years with pain and toil amassed! — Petrarch
Alack Sayings By Francis G. Thompson: And human love needs human meriting:How has thou merited-Of all man's clotted clay the dingiest And human love needs human meriting:
How has thou merited-
Of all man's clotted clay the dingiest clot?
Alack, thou knowest not
How little worthy of any love thou art!
Whom wilt thou find to love ignoble thee
Save Me, save only Me? — Francis G. Thompson
Alack Sayings By John Crowe Ransom: I would not knock old fellows in the dustBut there lay Captain Carpenter on his I would not knock old fellows in the dust
But there lay Captain Carpenter on his back
His weapons were the old heart in his bust
And a blade shook between rotten teeth alack. — John Crowe Ransom
Alack Sayings By Inazo Nitobe: Did not Socrates, all the while he unflinchingly refused to concede one iota of loyalty Did not Socrates, all the while he unflinchingly refused to concede one iota of loyalty to his daemon, obey with equal fidelity and equanimity the command of his earthly master, the State? His conscience he followed, alive; his country he served, dying. Alack the day when a state grows so powerful as to demand of its citizens the dictates of their consciences! — Inazo Nitobe
Alack Sayings By William Shakespeare: Milk-livered man,That bear'st a cheek for blows, a head for wrongs;Who hast not in thy Milk-livered man,
That bear'st a cheek for blows, a head for wrongs;
Who hast not in thy brows an eye discerning
Thine honor from thy suffering; [that not know'st
Fools do those villains pity who are punished
Ere they have done their mischief. Where's thy drum?
France spreads his banners in our noiseless land,
With plumed helm thy state begins to threat,
Whilst thou, a moral fool, sits still and cries
'Alack, why does he so?'] — William Shakespeare
Alack Sayings By William Shakespeare: Alack, there lies more peril in thine eyeThan twenty of their swords: look thou but Alack, there lies more peril in thine eye
Than twenty of their swords: look thou but sweet,
And I am proof against their enmity. — William Shakespeare
Alack Sayings By John Clare: O I never thought that joys would run away from boys,Or that boys would change O I never thought that joys would run away from boys,
Or that boys would change their minds and forsake such summer joys;
But alack I never dreamed that the world had other toys — John Clare
Alack Sayings By Louis-Ferdinand Celine: Here's the truth, simply stated ... bookstores are suffering from a serious crisis of falling Here's the truth, simply stated ... bookstores are suffering from a serious crisis of falling sales. Don't believe a single zero of all those editions claimed to be 100,000! 40,000! ... even 400 copies! just for the suckers! Alack! ... Alas! ... only love and romance ... and even then! ... manage to keep selling ... and a few murder mysteries ... — Louis-Ferdinand Celine
Alack Sayings By Mark Twain: Why, an' thou shouldst live a thousand years thou'dst never hear so masterful a cursing. Why, an' thou shouldst live a thousand years thou'dst never hear so masterful a cursing. Alack, her art died with her. There be base and weakling imitations left, but no true blasphemy. — Mark Twain
Alack Sayings By Blanche Wiesen Cook: I think FDR was very dashing and charming and debonair, and probably reminded her of I think FDR was very dashing and charming and debonair, and probably reminded her of her father. A great bon-vivant. He loved to party. He loved to sing. He loved to have fun. And he wrote beautiful letters, just as her father did, which - alas and alack - Eleanor Roosevelt destroyed. But she refers to his beautiful letters. And she was charmed by him. — Blanche Wiesen Cook
Alack Sayings By William Shakespeare: Alack, when once our grace we have forgot,Nothing goes right; we would and we would Alack, when once our grace we have forgot,
Nothing goes right; we would and we would not. — William Shakespeare
Alack Sayings By William Shakespeare: Alack, the night comes on, and the bleak windsDo sorely ruffle; for many miles aboutThere's Alack, the night comes on, and the bleak winds
Do sorely ruffle; for many miles about
There's scarce a bush. — William Shakespeare
Alack Sayings By Georgette Heyer: Mr Merriot cocked an eyebrow at Kate, and said: - "Well, my dear, and did Mr Merriot cocked an eyebrow at Kate, and said: - "Well, my dear, and did you kiss her good-night?"
Miss Merriot kicked off her shoes, and replied in kind. "What, are you parted from the large gentleman already?"
Mr Merriot looked into the fire, and a slow smile came, and the suspicion of a blush.
"Lord, child!" said Miss Merriot. "Are you for the mammoth? It's a most respectable gentleman, my dear."
Mr Merriot raised his eyes. "I believe I would not choose to cross him," he remarked inconsequently. "But I would trust him."
Miss Merriot began to laugh. "Be a man, my Peter, I implore you."
"Alack!" sighed Mr Merriot, "I feel all a woman. — Georgette Heyer