Monday, March 14, 2011

With Sorrow for Love

"It sounded like a welcome already overshadowed with the coming farewell.  As in all sweetest music, a tinge of sadness was in every note.  Nor do we know how much of the pleasures even of life we owe to the intermingled sorrows.  Joy cannot unfold the deepest truths, although deepest truth must be deepest joy.  Cometh white-robed Sorrow, stooping and wan, and flingeth wide the doors she may not enter.  Almost we linger with Sorrow for very love."  - George MacDonald, from Phantastes       

1 comment:

Danielle said...

Beautiful Paperwhites.