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vcIiR  Joyfully heard the youth the willing maiden's decision,Doubting whether he now had not better tell her the whole truth;But it appear'd to him best to let her remain in her error,First to take her home, and then for her love to entreat her.Ah! but now he espied a golden ring on her finger,And so let her speak, while he attentively listen'd:--TFn8Lpg电子麻将胡了

dDC  And we too to swell thy praise,Such a miracle would hear.Cpg电子麻将胡了

pg电子麻将胡了mEe  THE flowers so carefully rear'd,pCsm

pg电子麻将胡了IAo3G  He 'tis injures, he 'tis harms.k02uY

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kkL2  Yet I see now why ye're roving;Oefupg电子麻将胡了

rU4K  Thoughtfully wandering on, over each time-hallow'd spot.Thou dost honour still more the worthy relics createdDAfV

ttm  Whose sounds our lips so often love to frame,yTKgN

mX7b  Would ye, then, so rashly act?Would ye instant death attract?Know ye not the cruel threatszgY

0Gsvm  Thou modest from me, dearest one;And were I Helms e'en, the Great,dZnf

Kwygl  As already mentioned, the latter contained the whole of thePoems of Schiller. It is impossible, in anything like the samecompass, to give all the writings of Goethe comprised under thegeneral title of Gedichte, or poems. They contain between 30,000and 40,000 verses, exclusive of his plays. and similar works.Very many of these would be absolutely without interest to theEnglish reader,--such as those having only a local application,those addressed to individuals, and so on. Others again, fromtheir extreme length, could only be published in separatevolumes. But the impossibility of giving all need form noobstacle to giving as much as possible; and it so happens thatthe real interest of Goethe's Poems centres in those classes ofthem which are not too diffuse to run any risk when translated ofoffending the reader by their too great number. Those by far themore generally admired are the Songs and Ballads, which are about150 in number, and the whole of which are contained in thisvolume (with the exception of one or two of the former, whichhave been, on consideration, left out by me owing to theirtrifling and uninteresting nature). The same may be said of theOdes, Sonnets, Miscellaneous Poems, &c.8fv

SjIPE  [Written just after the preceding one, on a mountain overlookingthe Lake of Zurich.]KrlMG

jqz8  1800.*-----EVER AND EVERYWHERE.D28C

DoZb  All-sportive one, how gladly know I thee;When, e'en in forming, is transform'd the cloud,k9V

ieeX  All life's journey along!-----THE FREEBOOTER,JpQ

WaSzz  And shalt not thou to distant lands extend?5dLg5

GGH  Quench'd I thus my spirit's flame,b8u

siPu  By their blest memory's led.MgXgW

CcW2  He sees the storm upon them feed,Yet is not at the sight o'erjoy'd,wci

WCLg  Within a beauteous garden;And see, a goat is sitting by.EQ4

1.94  Because his pangs e'en theirs exceed.JHo

2.xr3R  One day, as tow'rd a town He roved,In peace of mind with those He loved,Upon the path a something gleam'd;A broken horseshoe 'twas, it seem'd.So to St. Peter thus He spake:"That piece of iron prythee take!"St. Peter's thoughts had gone astray,--He had been musing on his wayRespecting the world's government,A dream that always gives content,For in the head 'tis check'd by nought;This ever was his dearest thought,For him this prize was far too meanHad it a crown and sceptre been!But, surely, 'twasn't worth the troubleFor half a horseshoe to bend double!And so he turn'd away his head,As if he heard not what was said,LUla

3.diCO  All pleasure spurning,Up tow'rds the sky I throwF13x

4.X7j  1789.*-----TO LINA.Uur5e

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