Been bidden?Ah love, that thou art immortal I see!Nor knavish cunning nor treachery
But how this wonder came to passI'll tell some day, if ye are curious;Just now, my temper's much too furious.
After reflecting a little, the druggist made answer as follows:--"Yet appearances oft are deceitful. I trust not the outside.Often, indeed, have I found the truth of the proverb which tells usEre you share a bushel of salt with a new-found acquaintance,Do not trust him too readily; time will make you more certainHow you and he will get on, and whether your friendship is lasting.Let us then, in the first place, inquire amongst the good peopleUnto whom the maiden is known, who can tell us about her."
Sprang tip from the ground;And early its fragrance
COVER thy spacious heavens, Zeus,With clouds of mist,And, like the boy who lopsThe thistles' heads,Disport with oaks and mountain-peaks,Yet thou must leaveMy earth still standing;My cottage too, which was not raised by thee;Leave me my hearth,Whose kindly glowBy thee is envied.
From bill to vale, from land to sea to fly.
With all its roots
Now looks she back, with pains untold,Upon those happy times of old,
"Why lurest thou my brood,With human wit and human guile
What 'tis gives me pleasure;For of all that earth e'er lends,
Onward, thou powerful keel, cleaving the waves as they foam!Bring me unto the foreign harbour, so that the goldsmith
Springtime and bliss.May they forerunners proveOf a more perfect love,
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