Such are the anguished lessons of this beautiful, bittersweet meditation on the strains of ordinary love.
It is a bittersweet claim-to-fame, considering that tall grass prairie once covered a third of North America.
"The whole Jill relationship is bittersweet to watch on TV," she said.
The attack on Gaza must be bittersweet for Arab Israeli MK Hanin Zouebi, known for her support for Gazans.
In his memoir, bittersweet, he tries to make amends with her, in the kitchen.
It was tinged with bittersweet—bitter because Daddy was going away, sweet because she had desired it so fondly.
Then there are the orange berries of bittersweet and the red ones of holly.
From the bittersweet, too weak for such, we rise to the dark nightshades, which have rather more effect.
Other finches like bittersweet, sorrel, and amaranth, all of which we are glad to have them eat.
Around the case he planted wild clematis, bittersweet, and wild-grapevines, and trained them over it until it was almost covered.