In the evening Aurora, accompanied by the Hours and the Pleiads, bewept her son.
A bloody and hateful devil—a bewept, bewailed, and sainted martyr—all in a month!
All at once she was reminded of the storied tree hard by, the tragedy of which she had often bewept.
She gan bewail the stalwart Iring and bewept his wounds, indeed her grief was passing sharp.
And mournful and with a heavy heart he bewept the extinction of that beam of heaven.
The Empire was bewept,—let us acknowledge the fact,—and bewept by heroic eyes.
King Saman-lal-posh—Jessamine, wearer of rubies—had so bewept the loss of his sons that he was now blind.