DELENN, Babylon 5, "Ceremonies of Light and Dark" (1996)
To hope to be made happy by love is a certain cause of grief.
MADAME DE ROSEMONDE, Dangerous Liaisons (1988)
Life is nothing but the occasional burst of laughter rising above the interminable wail of grief.
HENRY ROTH, Dedication (2007)
Between grief and nothing... I'll take grief.
ED ROONEY, Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)
I've heard it said that grief is like an animal to some, with a life of its own and we are at its mercy. I don't know about that. Grief is the stillness of the world the moment my boy left it. It's that quiet rain that never stops falling. They say that grief transforms us. I know it's transforming me, but into what?
YOUNG MOTHER, Incendiary (2008)
I don't want to live in a world without love or grief or beauty, I'd rather die.
BECKY DRISCOLL, Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)
It takes a Mohican only minutes to bury his dead...but many moons to bury his grief.
HAWKEYE, Last of the Mohicans (1977)
A man who is desperate for long life and will willingly prolong his grief for more than a man's span of years is a fool to his last breath.
CHORUS, Oedipus at Colonus (1984)
Vengeance is a lazy form of grief.
SYLVIA BROOME, The Interpreter (2005)
Moving forward is rarely accomplished without considerable grief and sadness. And while our sorrow may be profound, the clouds will clear, and the sun will shine on us again. And in that warm, bright light we will find ourselves facing a glorious future; a future of exciting challenges and infinite possibilities, in which the horizon will stretch out before us, trimmed in the heavenly glow of the sunrise of our tomorrow.
EDDIE, The Prince and Me (2004)
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