At the word, Lily’s face melted from locked anguish to the open misery of a child.
The name, as Gerty saw with a clutch at the heart, had loosened the springs of self-pity in her friend’s dry breast, and tear by tear Lily poured out the measure of her anguish.
If only she could reach there before this labouring anguish burst from her breast to her lips—if only she could feel the hold of Gerty’s arms while she shook in the ague-fit of fear that was coming upon her!
It was as though a great blaze of electric light had been turned on in her head, and her poor little anguished self shrank and cowered in it, without knowing where to take refuge.
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I felt unbearable anguish when my 4-year-old child died from brain cancer.
Her guilt led to anguish until she committed her life to good.