|A day of sorrow is longer than a month of joy. Chinese.|| 1|
|A sorrowing bairn was never fat.|| 2|
|All sorrows are bearable if there is bread. Don Quixote.|| 3|
|Alone in counsel, alone in sorrow. Danish.|| 4|
|Any mind that is capable of real sorrow is capable of real good. Mrs. Stowe.|| 5|
|Better two losses than one sorrow.|| 6|
|Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal. Moore.|| 7|
|Fat sorrow is better than lean sorrow.|| 8|
|For sorrow ends not when it seemeth done. Shakespeare.|| 9|
|Give sorrow words: the grief that does not speak,|
Whispers the oerfraught heart and bids it break. Shakespeare.
|Hang sorrow, carell kill a cat. Ben Jonson.|| 11|
|He gains enough who loses sorrow. French.|| 12|
|He who loves sorrow will always find something to mourn over. Danish.|| 13|
|He who swims in sin will sink in sorrow.|| 14|
|Immoderate sorrow causes great mischief. Sri Lankan.|| 15|
|It has pleased the gods that sorrow should act as companion to sorrow.|| 16|
|It is weel wairt they hae sorrow that buy it wi their siller.|| 17|
|Light sorrows speak, great ones are dumb. Spectator.|| 18|
|Make not two sorrows of one. Bacon.|| 19|
|One sorrow never comes but brings an heir,|
That may succeed as his inheritor. Shakespeare.
|On the sands of life sorrow treads heavily,|
And leaves a print time cannot wash away. Neele.
|Rejoice not in anothers sorrow. Turkish.|| 22|
|Serve a great man and you will know what sorrow is. Spanish.|| 23|
|Shame on those hearts of stone that cannot melt,|
In soft adoption of anothers sorrow. A. Hill.
|Sin and sorrow are inseparable.|| 25|
|Sorrow and ill weather come unsent for.|| 26|
|Sorrow brings on premature old age. Latin.|| 27|
|Sorrow comes unsent for. Latin.|| 28|
|Sorrow concealed doth burn the heart to cinders. Shakespeare.|| 29|
|Sorrow dwells on the confines of pleasure.|| 30|
|Sorrow ends not when it seemeth done.|| 31|
|Sorrow felt by a man conscious of his ignorance is like the joy of heaven. Sri Lankan.|| 32|
|Sorrow is always dry.|| 33|
|Sorrow is good for nothing but sin.|| 34|
|Sorrow is knowledge. Byron.|| 35|
|Sorrow seldom comes alone. Danish.|| 36|
|Sorrow will pay no debt.|| 37|
|Sorrows grow less every time they are told,|
Just like the age of a woman. Punch.
|Sorrows remembered sweeten present joy. Pollok.|| 39|
|That which comes with sin goes with sorrow. Danish.|| 40|
|The best cure for sorrow is to pity somebody.|| 41|
|The bridge between joy and sorrow is not long. German.|| 42|
|The holidays of joy are the vigils of sorrow.|| 43|
|The sorrow men have for others hangs upon a hair.|| 44|
|The path of sorrow, and that path alone|
Leads to the lands where sorrow is unknown. Cowper.
|This is the truth the poet sings,|
That sorrows crown of sorrow is remembering happier things. Tennyson.
|Tis better to be lowly born and range with humble lovers in content, than wear a golden sorrow. Shakespeare.|| 47|
|Tis held that sorrow makes us wise. Tennyson.|| 48|
|Tis not in the power of man to bear|
The silent eloquence of female sorrow. Massinger.
|Two in distress make sorrow less.|| 50|
|When sorrow is asleep wake it not.|| 51|
|When sorrows come, they come not single spies,|
But in batallions. Shakespeare.
|Whither goest thou, sorrow?whither I am wont. Spanish.|| 53|