Behold a silly tender babe,In freezing winter night,In homely manger trembling lies;Alas! a piteous sight.
Accept these images for what they are — Out of the past a fragile element Of substance into accident. I would speak honestly and of a full heart; I would speak surely for the tale is short, And the soul's remorseless catalogue Assumes its quick and piteous sum.Robert Penn Warren
The big round tears Coursed one another down his innocent nose In piteous chase.william shakespeare
The ground-root folly of this piteous philantropy is thinking to distribute indivisibles, and make equality in things incommensurable: forged under such delusions, all Utopias are castles in the air or counsels of despair.robert bridges
The big round tears Coursed one another down his innocent nose In piteous chase.