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e8i  With which she calls: Pipi! Pipi!Would draw Jove's eagle from his throne;Yes, Venus' turtle doves, I wean,And the vain peacock e'en,Would come, I swear,Soon as that tone had reach'd them through the air.9v03ikok体育官网网址

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fkjM  Long sat the excellent couple under the doorway, exchangingMany a passing remark on the people who happen'd to pass them.Presently thus to her husband exclaim'd the good-natured hostess"See! Yon comes the minister; with him is walking the druggist:They'll be able to give an account of all that has happen'd,What they witness'd, and many a sight I fear which was painful."6K4Vkok体育官网网址

v44askok体育官网网址ezxpxkok体育官网网址1sC  Then with emphasis answer'd the druggist:--" The terrible storiesTold me to-day will serve for a long time to make me unhappy.Words would fail to describe the manifold pictures of mis'ry.Far in the distance saw we the dust, before we descendedDown to the meadows; the rising hillocks hid the processionLong from our eyes, and little could we distinguish about it.When, however, we reach'd the road that winds thro' the valley,Great was the crowd and the noise of the emigrants mix'd with the waggons.We unhappily saw poor fellows passing in numbers,Some of them showing how bitter the sense of their sorrowful flight was,Some with a feeling of joy at saving their lives in a hurry.Sad was the sight of the manifold goods and chattels pertainingUnto a well-managed house, which the careful owner's accustom'dEach in its proper position to place, and in regular order,Always ready for use, for all are wanted and useful.--Sad was the sight of them now, on many a waggon and barrowHeap'd in thorough confusion, and hurriedly huddled together.Over a cupboard was placed a sieve and a coverlet woollen;Beds in the kneeding troughs lay, and linen over the glasses.Ah! and the danger appear'd to rob the men of their senses,Just as in our great fire of twenty years ago happen'd,When what was worthless they saved, and left all the best things behind them.So on the present occasion with heedless caution they carriedMany valueless chattels, o'erlading the cattle and horses,--Common old boards and barrels, a birdcage next to a goosepen.Women and children were gasping beneath the weight of their bundles,Baskets and tubs full of utterly useless articles, bearing.(Man is always unwilling the least of his goods to abandon.)Thus on its dusty way advanced the crowded procession,All in hopeless confusion. First one, whose cattle were weaker,Fain would slowly advance, while others would eagerly hasten.Then there arose a scream of half-crush'd women and children,And a lowing of cattle, with yelping of dogs intermingled,And a wailing of aged and sick, all sitting and shaking,Ranged in their beds on the top of the waggon too-heavily laden.Next some lumbering wheel, push'd out of the track by the pressure,Went to the edge of the roadway; the vehicle fell in the ditch then,Rolling right over, and throwing, in falling, the men who were in itFar in the field, screaming loudly, their persons however uninjured.Then the boxes roll'd off and tumbled close to the waggon.Those who saw them failing full surely expected to see themSmash'd to pieces beneath the weight of the chests and the presses.So the waggon lay broken, and those that it carried were helpless,For the rest of the train went on, and hurriedly pass'd them,Thinking only of self, and carried away by the current.So we sped to the spot, and found the sick and the agedWho, when at home and in bed, could scarcely endure their sad ailments,Lying there on the ground, all sighing and groaning in anguish,Stifled by clouds of dust, and scorch'd by the fierce sun of summer.UzM6WjCCP  Only to fade?"tc4m

IrPr  He fell a hundred fathoms.iyb9Lkok体育官网网址

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r9m4akok体育官网网址vt3dtkok体育官网网址dRC  CONCLUSION.jO5Dk  There, on the hill,--Heavenly might!But enough glowThither to wend,Where is my cot!MZm

sv  IF wealth is gone--then something is gone!Zomlkok体育官网网址

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3ADCT  [Written and sung in honour of the birthday of the Pastor Ewaldat the time of Goethe's happy connection with Lily.]ZBlLkok体育官网网址

LftU  Sing no more in mournful tones8YsXkok体育官网网址

bzd21kok体育官网网址pqcrgkok体育官网网址NR  Look down on the smiling land.GZAmoNi  Far nimbler needs must be, in truth.lMGx

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p9g14kok体育官网网址hmnbpkok体育官网网址Ls  To her chamber she hastens quickly,To reach the queen the page hies him fast,ZWZYd  The old man thus cries with a smile--"Take courage, my son! all hath turned out for good,TPsm

pK21  CONTENTS.DA6Mkok体育官网网址

7xeldkok体育官网网址2ixg2kok体育官网网址fvvA  I scarce alone can creep,9A9jFdR  But suddenly my anger grows,A mighty spirit fills my nose,My inward feelings all revolt.A creature such as thou! a dolt!Pipi, a squirrel able nuts to crack!I bristle up my shaggy backUnused a slave to be.I'm laughed at by each trim and upstart treeTo scorn. The bowling-green I fly,J9LBP

cO  Hold me fast against my will.While those magic chains confine me,To her will I must resign me.hMEWkok体育官网网址

JWi  My heart near hers will lie!SB6i

ljoN  If scorn 'tis vain to seek to repel,j9JVokok体育官网网址

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y0y5rkok体育官网网址sc46dkok体育官网网址5FaG  BOOK OF SULEIKA.MSxKL  Streams renew'd for everoJc

TSy  Who has stirr'd my passion;Of his mistress let each think,JhJDkok体育官网网址

DwDx  Ye were so fair, but now that dream is o'er;The charms of earth, the charms of heaven are nought.What keeps me in this spot so terror-fraught?RneGkok体育官网网址

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2.Vmm  Upon the cypress' purest, youthful bud,fsNJ

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4.148qzkok体育官网网址q82k5kok体育官网网址KY  Thou speakest well, methought, for as thy guideLLq88eW4  A castle built of yore,Where once lurked horse and horsemanOJB9


4rhi8kok体育官网网址vndibkok体育官网网址Ct  More can no mortal effect, work with what ardour he will.-----I WOULD compare to the land this anvil, its lord to the hammer,NTBKeuU  THUS roll I, never taking ease,My tub, like Saint Diogenes,Now serious am, now seek to please;Now love and hate in turn one sees;The motives now are those, now these;Now nothings, now realities.Thus roll I, never taking ease,My tub, like Saint Diogenes.KKM


w721  1808.*-----THE LEGEND OF THE HORSESHOE.Szkok体育官网网址


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