In sustained elegiacal
rhyme she paints a methodically wrought landscape that is beautifully subjective yet utterly universal.
To the rare Concerto Accademico she brought a commanding sense of line, yet also an ability to be sweet and flexible, and in the well-loved Lark Ascending she drew us into the music's amazing blend of lyricism and elegiacal
You soften inside when it is working sex to be canny and elegiacal
fridge stains across the linoleum do not stop to wrong you.
Brokeback Mountain could be set in the East, I guess, though it wouldn't be as poignant and poetic and elegiacal
At the same time that Edward Curtis published his elegiacal
, deliberately composed, sepia photographs of American Indians between 1907 and 1930, which featured as a key image a photograph of a line of Navajo horsemen disappearing into a canyon entitled "The Vanishing Race," early twentieth century ethnography and social reform aimed to document, preserve, and ameliorate the situation of living Indians.