Regarding a strict paradigm for a ritual poetry of lament stretching across almost one thousand years, as Hollo wisely cautions, "we cannot assume that the medieval Irish oral lament was structured in the same way as the modern." Kaarina Hollo, "Laments and Lamenting
in Early Medieval Ireland," in Medieval Celtic Literature and Society, ed.
On the basis of the aforesaid, I would point out two main causes as departing points for lamenting
in connection with death:
At this concert, as well as Lamenting
with Ariadne, James MacMillan will conduct a piece by Leamington composer Howard Skempton, two by Galina Ustvolskaya -a reclusive pupil of Shostakovich now in her mid-80s -and his own The Exorcism of Rio Sumpl.
 Also of a potentially political nature are the many complaintes lamenting
the deaths of kings, queens, or noblemen.
The lament Psalms are generally vague in their reference to concrete historical situations, but Rastas are correct in contending that Psalm 137 locates the lamenting
community on the banks of the rivers of Babylon.
I find it far simpler and more convincing to suppose that such a uniformity of language and imagery is indicative of the existence of an internalized and Israelized--if not "native"--tradition for lamenting
destroyed cities, what I would call city laments.
However, the image of Cleina lamenting
at the tomb, that is, in a public space, evokes a tradition of lament in which women's prominent roles in lamenting
the dead both r eflect and reinforce realms of experience exclusive to women.
This free-verse composition belongs with a large body of poetry lamenting
the loss of a homeland or place of ancestral origin and life.
Trillanes said Duterte only mentioned his parents since he 'cannot throw anything else' against him, lamenting
that his 84-year old mother, who has been suffering from Parkinson's Disease, was even mentioned by the President.
THE loss of Britannia from the back of our 50p pieces has led to much lamenting
among people who get paid hand - somely to lament about these kind of things.
In such cases, those lamenting
are affirming that in this specific matter they are not guilty of wrongdoing.
So what is Borsook's case beyond pique, beyond finding Bionomics conferences to be "little shops of horror," beyond lamenting
that technolibs prefer Edge Cities to "real" urban centers, beyond finding libertarians "psychically exhausting"?
As he was adept at cornering the market in lamenting
contemporary demises, the inference is that here the Queen is Henrietta Maria lamenting
the execution of Charles I.
The third looks at Chansons spirituelles, at La Coche, with its lamenting
ladies and declining sun (God, Francois I), and at Les Prisons, with its male speaker incarcerated by ambition, book collecting, and pride.
The Federation of Philippine Industries (FPI) yesterday called for a change in the first package of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law, lamenting
that the levy on sweetened beverages was 'essentially a tax on water.'