Aftentale og Morgenteele ec altid eens.
After a day of cloud and wind and rain
Sometimes the setting sun breaks out again,
And, touching all the darksome woods with light,
Smiles on the fields until they laugh and sing,
Then like a ruby from the horizon's ring,
Drops down into the night.
After a delay
comes a stray.
After a dream of a wedding comes a corpse.
After a famine in the stall,
comes a famine in the hall.
After a good cry, your heart is lighter.
Yiddish] Az me vaint rich ois, vert gringer afn harts.
After a great getter comes a great spender.
After a lank
comes a bank.
After a long experience in the world, I affirm, before God, I never knew a rogue who was not unhappy.
After a man has sown his wild oats in the years of his youth, he has still every year to get over a few weeks and days of folly.
After a storm comes a calm. / All wrong will end.
After a thrifty father, a prodigal son.
After a tongue has once got the knack of lying, it is not to be imagined how impossible almost it is to reclaim it. Whence it comes to pass, that we see some men, who are otherwise very honest, so subject to this vice.
After all there is a weariness that cannot he prevented. It will come on. The work brings it on. The cross brings it on. Sometimes the very walk with God brings it on, for the flesh is weak; and at such moments we hear softer and sweeter than it ever floated in the wondrous air of Mendelssohn, 'O rest in the Lord,' for it has the sound of an immortal requiem: 'Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord, for they rest from their labors.
After all, let a man take what pains he may to hush it down, a human soul is an awful, ghostly, unquiet possession for a bad man to have. Who knows the metes and bounds of it? Who knows all its awful perhapses, - those shudderings and tremblings, which it can no more live down than it can outlive its own eternity?
Harriet Beecher Stowe
After all, our worst misfortunes never happen, and most miseries lie in anticipation.
After all, the most natural beauty in the world is honesty and moral truth; for all beauty is truth. True features make the beauty of a face, and true proportions the beauty of architecture, as true measures that of harmony and music. In poetry, which is all fable, truth still is the perfection.
After all, there is such a thing as looking like a gentleman. There are men whose class no dirt or rags can hide, any more than they could Ulysses. I have seen such men in plenty among workmen, too; but, on the whole, the gentleman - by whom I do not mean just now the rich - have the superiority in that point. But not, please God, forever. Give us the same air, water, exercise, education, good society, and you will see whether this 'haggardness,' this 'coarseness' (etc., for the list is too long to specify), be an accident, or a property, of the man of the people.
After annoy there comes joy.
After black clouds, clear weather.
After cheese comes nothing.
After Christmas comes Lent.
After clouds (rain) comes clear (fair) weather.
After clouds comes clear weather.
After crosses and losses, men grow humbler and wiser.
After death comes the physician.
After death one becomes important.
Yiddish] Nochen toit vert men choshev.
After Death the Doctor.
George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
After despair a new life begins.
After dinner rest (o. sit) a while, after supper walk a mile.
After drought cometh rain.
after pleasure cometh pain:
but yet it continueth not so;
for after rain,
cometh drought again
and joy after pain and woe.
After having cried up their wine, they sell us vinegar.
After he had mounted, he put his legs in motion.
After his blood, that which a man can next give out of himself is a tear.
After joy comes annoy.
After kissing comes greater kindness.
After life's fitful fever he sleeps well.
After me the deluge.
After meat comes mustard.
After meat, mustard.
wine is a felon.
After pear, wine or the priest.
After pleasure comes pain. / Every white has its black, and every sweet its sour.
After rain comes fair weather.
After rain comes sunshine.
After scorning comes catching.
After some account of good, evil will be known by consequence, as being only a privation, or absence of good.
After speech, silence is the greatest power in the world.
After supper walk a mile.
Beaumont and Fletcher, Philaster, or Love Lies a-Bleeding (c.1609; printed 1629), Act II, scene 4
After sweet meat comes sour sauce.