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4e4  BOOK OF PARABLES.jczkok app

0v  Golden phantasy!I became a hero true,cfTAlkok app

kok appi70b2  1811.-----SWISS SONG,t9Y

kok apphO7  Bear my weight, and I cried:--"Dora! and art thou not mine?""Thine forever!" thou gently didst say. Then the tears we were sheddingmeEo

pCpaX  As I calmly sat and span,2cdvDkok app

n8  As the man on a journey, who, just at the moment of sunset,Fixes his gaze once more on the rapidly vanishing planet,Then on the side of the rocks and in the dark thicket still sees heHov'ring its image; wherever he turns his looks, on in front stillRuns it, and glitters and wavers before him in colours all splendid,So before Hermanns eyes did the beautiful form of the maidenSoftly move, and appear'd to follow the path through the cornfields.DReBmkok app

pS  Is my heartFearfully and madly riven.Oiwu

Wc  SCENE THE LAST.TX

qI  When the pastor would fain continue to speak on this subject,And was anxious to learn the fate of the man and his party,Quickly into his ear his companion secretly whisper'd"Speak for a time with the magistrate, turning your talk on the maiden,Whilst I wander about, endeav'ring to find her. DirectlyI am successful, I'll join you again." Then nodded the pastor,And the spy went to seek her, in barns and through hedges and gardens.-----VI. KLIO.EtDJV

MYykR  In action, and in love so radiant now;Let all things be where thou art, childlike ever,Thus thoult be all, thus, thou'lt be vanquish'd never."YZc

tLsN  Thou blessest gladlyhmtS

jwtwc  V.MARGARET AT HER SPINNING-WHEEL.eewF

  1807.-----THE DOUBTERS AND THE LOVERS.Evx

Zm5s  The pledge thy lips to mine convey,--the kiss,--d93x5

D3OWM  And still fairer is the bride,When in me she will confide,When she speaks and lets me knowAll her tale of joy and woe.All her lifetime's historyNow is fully known to me.Who in child or woman e'erSoul and body found so fair?QbRpG

Fr5m  1767-9.-----EXPLANATION OF AN ANTIQUE GEM,U8O

SOi  No rest for him was found.For seven long days and nights he rode,It storm'd, the waters overflow'd,lPA6

xqZon  Ah, how I hold it dear!To seek it I would fain repair,LjpGw

W1QnT  AWAY, thou swarthy witch! Go forthgliBH

X5MC  To treat the loved one so basely!"X8

1.bMq  Prevails he nought.dixL

2.HpqB  Billow! thy beautiful blue seems to me dark as the night.All were now in movement; a boy to the house of my fatherF8rt

3.pNf  Up the trellis'd vine on high!May ye swell, twin-berries tender,Juicier far,--and with more splendour39crq

4.AsM  1820.*-----FROM AN ALBUM OF 1604.4VRK

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rvj  But at length I see the reason,I9JO

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8TqR  'Tis hope guides that dear maid.gZ5MK

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