It was the simplest of gestures but one with added poignance
after days of so much pain.
It's hard to pick highlights in such a strong set, but Ordinary Man rang out with a new poignance
, following the struggles of the steel workers in the North East.
Amidst frequent power cuts within and long queues at petrol stations around the city, the day's second session, titled "Unbuckling the Pakistani economy's straitjacket", gained further poignance
Brown relishes visits to Tannadice and says the ground triggers fond and emotional recollections of his first title win, which had added poignance
as it came just a week after the death of Tommy Burns.
From The Notebook ( 1996) to his latest, The Longest Ride ( Hachette, ` 350), two things remain unchanged -- his immaculate prose and undying need for poignance
Almost 14 years ago, one reader told of the poignance
of the picture, which shows his mother - the woman pushing the pram - taking his two younger sisters for a walk.
Belief in the value of white American civilization is at the core of Ford's westerns, and the poignance
of his career-the trajectory from, Drums Along the Mohawk to The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance--arises from its gradual erosion (though the disillusionment was already implicit in Stagecoach).
He is to be awarded the Military Cross for risking his life to save three Afghan children - his bravery lent added poignance
by the death on Wednesday of fellow Midland soldier Captain Rupert Bowers in the same country.
The topics include creation and covenant in the theology of Paul, knowing oneself in an age of ecological concern, Teilhard and the limits to growth, seeking the presence of God in a radically changing world, and promise and poignance
in the legacies of Pope John-Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI.
Thus, a good ghazal gathers more meaning and poignance
than many more obviously sophisticated poems.
Toda, its lyrics - "they tried to make me go to rehab, I said, 'no, no, no'" - take on more poignance
With a certain poignance
and reverence of the interconnection of everything, "Ab Antiquo, Ab Aeterno" is a solid and choice pick for poetry collections.