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I will indulge my sorrows, and give way to all the pangs and fury of despair. — Joseph Addison

Friendship is certainly the finest balm for the pangs of disappointed love. — Jane Austen

In every pang that rends the heart the Man of Sorrows has a part. — Michael Bruce

If it all be for naught, for nothingness at last,Why does God make the world so fair?Why spill this golden splendor out across the western hills,And light the silver lamp of eve?Why give me eyes to see, and soul to love so strong and deep?Then, with a pang this brightness stabs me through,And wakes within rebellious voice to cry against all death?Why set this hunger for eternity to gnaw my heartstrings through,If death ends all?If death ends all, then evil must be good,Wrong must be right, and beauty ugliness.God is Judas who betrays His Son,And with a kiss, damns all the world to Hell, --If Christ rose not again. — Anonymous

Where's the hope that can abate The grief of hearts thus desolateThat can Youth's keenest pangs assuage,And mitigate the gloom of Age?Religion bids the tempest cease,And, leads her to a port of peace;And on, the lonely pilot steersThrough the lapse of future years. — Thomas Haynes Bayly

O how wretched is that poor man that hangs on princes favors! There is between that smile we would aspire to, that sweet aspect of princes, and their ruin, more pangs and fears than wars or women have, and when he falls, he falls like Lucifer, never to hope again. — William Shakespeare

Undeserved praise causes more pangs of conscience later than undeserved blame, but probably only for this reason, that our power of judgment are more completely exposed by being over praised than by being unjustly underestimated. — Friedrich Nietzsche

In our nature, however, there is a provision, alike marvelous and merciful, that the sufferer should never know the intensity of what he endures by its present torture, but chiefly by the pang that rankles after it. — Nathaniel Hawthorne