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gCIEU  "Would to heaven that I were dead!For my guardian's craft prevailingKeY欧洲杯赛程

欧洲杯赛程7H  She bears the mother across the spray.KFB

欧洲杯赛程OVVC  Bravely done, indeed!L68

jOw  Who equall'd art by none,In mercy view mine ecstasy!HDjC欧洲杯赛程

uhnR  He must here needs pull his hair.I revived their spirits drooping,Yj欧洲杯赛程

UqP  FAMILIAR SONGS.On the New YearAnniversary SongThe Spring OracleThe Happy CoupleSong of FellowshipConstancy in ChangeTable SongWont and DoneGeneral ConfessionCoptic SongAnotherVanitas! vanitatum vanitas!Fortune of WarOpen TableThe ReckoningErgo Bibamus!EpiphaniasTEE5

O  And let your kiss be true;With each new bond of power6zB

U6c6  When those glories gave her joy;When yet her heart revered the truth,When her glad soul, in endless youth1M4hW

zQFC  Youthful delight, oh oft lur'st thou me out in the night!Oh ye heralds of day, ye heavenly eyes of my mistress,KP

exoX  Trusteth the delicate leaves, feebly beginning to shoot.Simply slumber'd the force in the seed; a germ of the future,bHwuw

se  PARABLES.JoyExplanation of an antique GemCat-PieLegendAuthorsThe CriticThe Dilettante and the CriticThe WranglerThe YelpersThe Stork's VocationCelebrityPlaying at PriestsSongsPoetryA ParableShould e'er the loveless day remainA Plan the Muses entertainedThe Death of the FlyBy the RiverThe Fox and CraneThe Fox and HuntsmanThe FrogsThe WeddingBurialThreatening SignsThe BuyersThe Mountain VillageSymbolsThree Palinodias :--3lD

hVY6  Though from this castle's walls so steep8Iylm

Vm61  "Oh, come, thou dear infant! oh come thou with me!Full many a game I will play there with thee;On my strand, lovely flowers their blossoms unfold,My mother shall grace thee with garments of gold."4uM

6yU  Then to a flowing stream I ran,--The stream ran past me hastily.ptSxX

31  With twelve solemn strokes to tell!al

zBvRT  And nestled in its vacancy.KyrTo

T2AO9  Oft shallow is its sluggish flood;Then, when thy fields thou tendest well,ehTW

Q2TN  I have taken advantage of the publication of a Second Editionof my translation of the Poems of Goethe (originally published in1853), to add to the Collection a version of the much admiredclassical Poem of Hermann and Dorothea, which was previouslyomitted by me in consequence of its length. Its universalpopularity, however, and the fact that it exhibits theversatility of Goethe's talents to a greater extent than,perhaps, any other of his poetical works, seem to call for itsadmission into the present volume.xVNB

ZVpvN  A hasty glance with boldness round to throw;At first mine eyes had scarcely strength to see,ip1c

1.ugm  Crashing on him falls my hatchet.ekXh

2.JN6  YOUNG woman, may God bless thee,Thee, and the sucking infantUpon thy breast!Let me, 'gainst this rocky wall,Neath the elm-tree's shadow,Lay aside my burden,Near thee take my rest.xdoA

3.go  ~Yet blithely they sip and they revelThe beer has all vanish'd, the pitchers are void;With cries and with shouts the wild hunters, o'erjoy'd,1P

4.Eknm  Till he a building spied;In search of shelter crept he in,0muE


1bVk  The three holy kings have all come here,In number not four, but three they appear;And if a fourth join'd the other three,Increased by one their number would be.tY


eKvx  Earnestly answer'd the son:--"You are wrong, dear-mother, one day isUnlike another. The youth soon ripens into his manhood.Ofttimes he ripens better to action in silence than livingThat tumultuous noisy life which ruins so many.And though silent I have been, and am, a heart has been fashion'dInside my bosom, which hates whatever unfair and unjust is,And I am able right well to discriminate secular matters.Work moreover my arms and my feet has mightily strengthen'd.All that I tell you is true; I boldly venture to say so.And yet, mother, you blame me with reason; you've caught me employingWords that are only half true, and that serve to conceal my true feelings.For I must need confess, it is not the advent of dangerCalls me away from my father's house, nor a resolute purposeUseful to be to my country, and dreaded to be by the foeman.Words alone it was that I utter'd,--words only intendedThose deep feelings to hide, which within my breast are contending.And now leave me, my mother! For as in my bosom I cherishWishes that are but vain, my life will be to no purpose.For I know that the Unit who makes a self-sacrifice, onlyInjures himself, unless all endeavour the Whole to accomplish."tJMZ1


FTL  1795.-----PRESENCE.Hucfc


m43n2  The tree is guarded badly;For round the other side there whirrs9IIH


eR  Or canst thou prolong love's days untimely ended?yZx