But the corries of Lorn; black night on them, and the rain rot!
I'm a lone, lorn grass-widow, dear, but I will not sleep in my stays.
John at once noticed her lorn, abstracted looks, pitied her,—how much he pitied her!
She learned it from a servant in Lorn, who sung to her when she was a girl.
The other was founder of the family of the MacDougalls of Lorn.
Certainly, none could have been kinder to a lone, lorn female than were they.
John of Lorn then sent forward five of his stoutest men to take Bruce.
Sometimes in the spring of the year the winds from Lorn have it their own way with the Highlands.
How could I expect to be wanted, being so lone and lorn, and so contrary!'
I know how 'tis; I know you think that I am lone and lorn; but, deary love, 'tan't so no more!