— Robert Burton English scholar 1577 - 1640
Section 2, member 2, subsection 4.
„No funeral gloom, my dears, when I am gone,
corpse-gazing, tears, black raiment, graveyard grimness.
Think of me as withdrawn into the dimness,
yours still, you mine.
Remember all the best of our past moments,
and forget the rest;
and so to where I wait, come gently on.“
— William Allingham Irish man of letters and poet 1824 - 1889
Poem: No funeral gloom - part of funeral of actress Ellen Terry 1928.
— Olavo de Carvalho Brazilian journalist, essayist and professor of philosophy 1947
Against Right-Wing Bolshevism (or Leftist Traditionalism) https://debateolavodugin.blogspot.com/2011/05/r4-olavo-eng.html (23 May 2011)
„Though a crucified life or an agonized death,
Though long, or quick and sharp,
I am firmly wrought in the endless thread
Of Destiny's woof and warp.
And I do not shrink, though a wave of pain
Sobs over me now and then,
As I think of those "saddest of all sad words,"
The pitiful "might have been."“
— Voltairine de Cleyre American anarchist writer and feminist 1866 - 1912
„I trust you like a brother. Until the day you betray me. You have a parole for what you’ve done, in return for your teaching, and a better bargain than you deserve, but the day you turn against me, I will tear it up and bury it with you.“
— Robert Jordan American writer 1948 - 2007
Rand al'Thor to Asmodean
„Nobody knows me, nobody knows one thing about me Everyone doubts me But, I'ma make it all come true, and I do it for you I know all about the pain that you go through“
— Lil Peep American rapper 1996 - 2017
Song Quote We Think Too Much, Album: Hellboy
„I have given notice. I am going away to-morrow evening, I with my tremendous memory. Whatever may happen, whatever tragedies may be reserved for me in the future, my thought will not be graver or more important when I shall have lived my life with all its weight.
But my whole body is one pain. I cannot stand on my legs any more. I stagger. I fall back on my bed. My eyes close and fill with smarting tears. I want to be crucified on the wall, but I cannot. My body becomes heavier and heavier and filled with sharper pain. My flesh is enraged against me.“
— Henri Barbusse French novelist 1873 - 1935
„… I suspect that pain means little to you as your life--but both your life and your pain are very important to me.“
— Matthew Stover American writer 1962
(XII.2) Del Rey, p. 412