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GYNg  MAHOMET (Speaks).6aIP高手彩票


高手彩票JiHEq  Just below it, see,Springs the fountainWhence I drink.R05P

高手彩票aoNOZ  If scorn 'tis vain to seek to repel,Txaq

98R  Advances the dreaded pursuer.8高手彩票

nErS  Teemeth with life; but to me, all is still silent and dead.Oh, who will whisper unto me,--when shall I see at the casementUv高手彩票

fvPSm  First-love appears again, and friendship true;Upon life's labyrinthine path once morePM7P5

1k  Translations are here given of upwards of sixty of the bestPoems embraced in the Divan, the number in the original exceedingtwo hundred.-----I. MORGAGNI NAME.eVn0

PJAa  And the rib of the stalk fuller becometh in form.Leafless, however, and quick the tenderer stem then up-springeth,5GM

MF  The smiling field,--The world in fragrantz86W

bZ  Were by Prometheus implored, comfort to give to his race;But though so light to the gods, too heavy for man was their burden,kpl1

mN  Then thine eye is oft around thee cast,nvyy

nxT  Thereupon the worthy pastor smilingly answer'd"What kind of wisdom could have extracted the charming confessionOf this good maiden, and so have reveal'd all her character to us?Is not your care converted at once to pleasure and rapture?Speak out, then, for yourself! Why need explanations from othersHermann then stepped forward, and gently address'd her as follows"Do not repent of your tears, nor yet of your passing affliction;For they perfect my happiness; yours too, I fain would consider.I came not to the fountain, to hire so noble a maidenAs a servant, I came to seek to win you affections.But, alas! my timid gaze had not strength to discoverYour heart's leanings; it saw in your eye but a friendly expression,When you greeted it out of the tranquil fountain's bright mirror.Merely to bring you home, made half of my happiness certainBut you now make it complete! May every blessing be yours, then!"Then the maiden look'd on the youth with heartfelt emotion,And avoided not kiss or embrace, the summit of rapture,When they also are to the loving the long-wish'd-for pledgesOf approaching bliss in a life which now seems to them endless.Then the pastor told the others the whole of the story;But the maiden came and gracefully bent o'er the father,Kissing the while his hand, which he to draw back attempted.And she said:--" I am sure that you will forgive the surprised one,First for her tears of sorrow, and then for her tears of true rapture.O forgive the emotions by which they both have been prompted,And let me fully enjoy the bliss that has now been vouchsafed me!Let the first vexation, which my confusion gave rise to,Also be the last! The loving service which latelyWas by the servant promised, shall now by the daughter be render'd."MJ5vG

Wx4W  1827.*-----LOVE's torments sought a place of rest,gL4

ow26  We are not of noble kind,BCWb

loG6  Ah, what grief the song impartssR

YAr3  Shall he, then, return,The small, the dark, the fiery peasant?Shall he, then, return, waitingOnly thy gifts, oh Father Bromius,And brightly gleaming, warmth-spreading fire?Return with joy?And I, whom ye attended,Ye Muses and ye Graces,Whom all awaits that ye,Ye Muses and ye Graces,Of circling bliss in lifeHave glorified--shall IReturn dejected?D7Y

luSp  Lily, I fly from thee! I still am doom'd to rangeThro' countries strange,MPb4

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IzaO  To come to Paradise,And there with saints for evermorehbHy

1.ZPu  1819.*-----IN thousand forms mayst thou attempt surprise,2m

2.  And when in camp, are bor'd.g8TZ

3.zY  Then with a smile replied the worthy old magistrate, saying"Your reminder is wise, like that which they give to the suff'rerWho has had his dwelling burnt down, that under the ruins,Gold and silver are lying, though melted and cover'd with ashes.Little, indeed, it may be, and yet that little is precious,And the poor man digs it up, and rejoices at finding the treasure.Gladly, therefore, I turn my thoughts to those few worthy actionsWhich my memory still is able to dwell on with pleasure.Yes, I will not deny it, I saw late foemen unitingSo as to save the town from harm; I saw with devotionParents, children and friends impossible actions attempting,Saw how the youth of a sudden became a man, how the greybeardOnce more was young, how the child as a stripling appear'd in a moment.Aye, and the weaker sex, as people commonly call it,Show'd itself brave and daring, with presence of mind all-unwonted.Let me now, in the first place, describe a deed of rare meritBy a high-spirited girl accomplish'd, an excellent maiden,Who in the great farmhouse remain'd behind with the servants,When the whole of the men had departed, to fight with the strangers.Well, there fell on the court a troop of vagabond scoundrels,Plund'ring and forcing their way inside the rooms of the women.Soon they cast their eyes on the forms of the grown-up fair maidenAnd of the other dear girls, in age little more than mere children.Hurried away by raging desire, unfeelingly rush'd theyOn the trembling band, and on the high-spirited maiden.But she instantly seized the sword from the side of a ruffian,Hew'd him down to the ground; at her feet straight fell he, all bleeding,Then with doughty strokes the maidens she bravely deliver'd.Wounded four more of the robbers; with life, however, escaped they.Then she lock'd up the court, and, arm'd still, waited for succour.qf3s

4.OseA  Gladly up the mountain go,While your strains repentant rise,3KK


YVJZ  Can it the gods offend?For I observe thou hold'st thy nose--oL8J


7p1Wn  Waterpail in hand,gn4


h1KJ3  The women and children are borne to the ground;xnVX


FlDQ  Through and through with flames are glowing!Dragon-women, men-wolf swarms,PGjD


QPD  It shed all around;A bee came thitheriWOy6