"There is no greater sorrow than to recall a time of happiness in misery"
"Into each life some rain must fall"
"Sorrow makes us wise"
"Sorrow is tranquillity remembered in emotion"
A particular cause for sorrow was the breakdown of the marriage of her favourite grandson, Prince Charles, to Lady Diana Spencer.Glasgow Herald (2002)
At an official banquet Dipendra told Charles of Nepal's sorrow at the death of Princess Diana.Sun, News of the World (2001)
Kershaw provides a microcosmic view of the home front and the war's aftermath of joy and sorrow.Edmonton Sun (2003)
Man had loved her, and he could feel the loss; but he had no sorrow for her dying.Man's Loving Family
She found herself without personal history or active sexuality; a woman without sorrow , recreated every day.Splitting
She thought, with sorrow , of the baby boy whom Ginny had miscarried.The Ambassador's Women
Then, everybody will have to suffer Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (Sometimes there's joy, sometimes sorrow ) for the betterment of this country.Business Today (2002)
You have to admit, despite the sorrow , there seems to be an awful lot of questions.Toronto Sun (2003)
`We continue the journey; we live in sorrow ; we try to fulfil that which we have promised.THE COLOUR OF HEAVEN (2003)