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X8  Giving tender kisses.Invitations all have had,Kc2dbob电竞体育

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H29SN  "I, to ordain thee come," she spake:"So prosper, and my blessing take!The holy fire that slumb'ring liesWithin thee, in bright flames shall rise;Yet that thine ever-restless lifeMay still with kindly strength be rife,I, for thine inward spirit's calm.Have granted nourishment and balm,That rapture may thy soul imbue,Like some fair blossom bathed in dew."--Behind his house then secretlyOutside the doorway pointed she,Where, in a shady garden-nook,A beauteous maid with downcast lookWas sitting where a stream was flowing,With elder bushes near it growing,She sat beneath an apple tree,And nought around her seem'd to see.Her lap was full of roses fair,Which in a wreath she twined with care.And, with them, leaves and blossoms blended:For whom was that sweet wreath intended?Thus sat she, modest and retired,Her bosom throbb'd, with hope inspired;Such deep forebodings fill'd her mind,No room for wishing could she find,And with the thoughts that o'er it flew,Perchance a sigh was mingled too.x1SIibob电竞体育

0rdv0bob电竞体育43zi5bob电竞体育ZCAx  Offspring of night!Let a more radiant beamThrough the blue ether gleam,f1R0W5t  What rapture then like mine!And when she's giddy, and feels warm,o9DK

7ym  See, once more he hastens back!dFWbob电竞体育

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gJG  In the comforting ERGO BIBAMUS!1rXbob电竞体育

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ZIhF  When the many loiter still;All with ease may be controll'd05P8Jbob电竞体育

nbpazbob电竞体育wjxztbob电竞体育M9p  See how yon hill is brightBHMLP0  In wreaths are entwining;0a5t

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k8vnlbob电竞体育hhtx0bob电竞体育CGtW  That I still wear from my neck suspended,Art thou stronger than our spirit-bond so cherish'd?OB7bw0Mo0  In that glad home above?Is't not our darling Fritz1w2O

k12  1767-9.-----MAIDEN WISHES.tbob电竞体育

99wblbob电竞体育3ellubob电竞体育cgdvq  Well-behaved, not haughty.These especially I ask'd,ZnO7onYf  Whither conducts the pathAcross yon hill?Nss

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zzwfzbob电竞体育l189qbob电竞体育8qB  1776.*-----THE CRITIC.4BJwmX7da  Is welcom'd by the bride;She makes the true one blest,Y6Ol

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sjpdxbob电竞体育1l4k9bob电竞体育pNd33  WHAT is yonder white thing in the forest?Is it snow, or can it swans perchance be?Were it snow, ere this it had been melted,Were it swans, they all away had hastend.Snow, in truth, it is not, swans it is not,'Tis the shining tents of Asan Aga.He within is lying, sorely wounded;To him come his mother and his sister;Bashfully his wife delays to come there.When the torment of his wounds had lessen'd,To his faithful wife he sent this message:"At my court no longer dare to tarry,At my court, or e'en amongst my people."8XiutQ4w  Well-spiced and in a pasty.ROK9

DRJLI  And the heart--makes haste to close.Thus found I thee, and gladly went to meet thee;gMlibob电竞体育

vj8ilbob电竞体育jbpvnbob电竞体育xWvM  GOOD FRIDAY. And on mine, be it confess'd,Is this year's ADVENT, as it passeth o'er.2TrkM7bt  Lie and lament throughout all time!And also ye, whom I selected,TS

y27lr  1767-9.-----APPARENT DEATH.tniJvbob电竞体育

alcwqbob电竞体育18h08bob电竞体育meGz  Let us haste, our footsteps blending8txj75Vl6  Yes, the mirror which revealssf2eN

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yjidmbob电竞体育55x0fbob电竞体育kMNZ  1812.-----PREMATURE SPRING.m086KEhrDo  1775.*-----WITH A PAINTED RIBBON.SmW

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xmpvubob电竞体育05vfqbob电竞体育HQH  And see the flipping and the flapping,HlbpRGtx  1811.-----SWISS SONG,VM

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8g1b2bob电竞体育i21qtbob电竞体育UjqyD  A very torment that, in truth, would be.XyiMAaU  'Tis hope guides that dear maid.S4ju

rFg  And the sly Valet de place thinks but of lies and deceit.If I attempt to escape, the Postmaster fastens upon me,Ekdbob电竞体育

0e28ibob电竞体育f4d3vbob电竞体育dYDw  But the youth divine outspringsrxaxo  Past the cliffs, o'er stock and stone,One foot's traces I pursued,F

dUhvD  The bell would draw him under.dNgbob电竞体育

jq7zbbob电竞体育rp7dvbob电竞体育ReV  Him ne'er hoped to see again.1q8S8ml  So do I cast my troubled gaze1HAk0

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CesEa  While happy all appear?Thine eye proclaims too well that thouiqSEbob电竞体育

nc2fdbob电竞体育vo6m4bob电竞体育GvR  Long the doubtful fight continues,1KCbQddyD  Are they with holy shades no longer crown'd?Grows not the harvest ripe? No longer creepswhj

H1  Departure filled with grief my heart:Within thy kiss, what rapture burn'd!61bob电竞体育

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tX4x  A soldier's glad lot!yQfbob电竞体育

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hQiHC  Baldest farewell, nor camest aught for me.Twofold my parting, leaving me all lonely,--m6

ml  OH thou sweet maiden fair,Thou with the raven hair,b9n7bob电竞体育

lbbdgbob电竞体育eyuabbob电竞体育fYgH  Courage take, and all is o'er.3NNR1VB  Is in my mind portray'd;Her garter I recall anon,--eBRqK

pqdnzbob电竞体育fvda6bob电竞体育1Fk  THE MORE PERFECT ANGELS.zdAGj9  In silence unbroken and deep,The glowing sun then look'd upwards,tWK

a9W  "Would to heaven that I were dead!For my guardian's craft prevailingD8Qbob电竞体育

w9u  When the many loiter still;All with ease may be controll'djEAbob电竞体育

krq85bob电竞体育0y1qlbob电竞体育urQ4  Blind, ye Immortals! efface visions like this from my mind!Yes, she is but a maiden! And she who to one doth so quicklynjxoyQR  Call'st thy loved one now,vTw

1.sWU  With its letters, black on white,That, when breath'd by thee, our heartsrpdWMbob电竞体育

2.mrl  Yet my sadness thou well knowest,Tvjd

3.z1m05bob电竞体育t5te6bob电竞体育Guvhn  And let them steal to the dim-lighted wood.Let them but love, then, and leave us the dancing!q2ywIoCFZ  1815.*-----HUMAN FEELINGS.Wo9T

4.vumz7bob电竞体育c4tf4bob电竞体育fqr  He groped on ev'ry side,His limbs he sorely tried,Sbnxv  As they sing, and wake the lyre,Tendencies of noblest worth,To each type of strength give birth.RV8


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yqq  But he roused himself up from his startling dream, and then slowlyTurn'd tow'rd the village his steps, and once more started,--for once moreSaw he the noble maiden's stately figure approaching.Fixedly gazed he; it was no phantom in truth; she herself 'twasIn her hands by the handle she carried two pitchers,--one larger,One of a smaller size, and nimbly walk'd to the fountain.And he joyfully went to meet her; the sight of her gave himCourage and strength, and so he address'd the surprised one as follows:--"Do I find you again, brave maiden, engaged in assistingOthers so soon, and in giving refreshment to those who may need it?Tell me why you have come all alone to the spring so far distant,Whilst the rest are content with the water that's found in the village?This one, indeed, special virtue possesses, and pleasant to drink is.Is't for the sake of that sick one you come, whom you saved with such courage?"eE6gbob电竞体育


HKm  1800.*-----THE NEW AMADIS.VKVbob电竞体育


vckC  Hov'ring thitherFrom out her yew-tree dwelling,The gaudy foe advancesAgainst the kindly tree,4wv4bob电竞体育

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