That with a dull and mournful echo rings.And can it be that of our friend so dear
With his gift so bright and fair,
The God-man closeth Hell's sad doors,In all His majesty He soars
Sudden I heard a voice that cried--
"Let that be as it may," then answered the young man who scarcelyHeard what was said, and his mind had made up already in silence"I will go myself, and out of the mouth of the maidenLearn my own fate, for towards her I cherish the most trustful feelingsThat any man ever cherish'd towards any woman whatever.That which she says will be good and sensible,--this I am sure of.If I am never to see her again, I must once more behold her,And the ingenuous gaze of her black eyes must meet for the last time.If to my heart I may clasp her never, her bosom and shouldersI would once more see, which my arm so longs to encircle:Once more the mouth I would see, from which one kiss and a Yes willMake me happy for ever, a No for ever undo me.But now leave me alone! Wait here no longer. Return youStraight to my father and mother, in order to tell them in personThat their son was right, and that the maiden is worthy.And so leave me alone! I myself shall return by the footpathOver the hill by the pear-tree and then descend through the vineyard,Which is the shortest way back. Oh may I soon with rejoicingTake the beloved one home! But perchance all alone I must slink backBy that path to our house and tread it no more with a light heart."Thus he spoke, and then placed the reins in the hands of the pastor,Who, in a knowing way both the foaming horses restraining,Nimbly mounted the carriage, and took the seat of the driver.
She's the greatest of the whole;For Love's relics, to my grief,
I. The Pariah's Prayer.II. LegendIII. The Pariah's ThanksDeath--lament of the noble Wife of Asan Aga
Never can it now be changed again;Maids like these will ever make thee blest,
"To thy priests' commands give ear!
Ah! full love-sick was the stripling's soul.
And smiling, thinks she:"How sweetly he's singing!
To a full year the Judgment Day will grow
The children they hear with delight.
As round ev'ry world it goes--
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