E'er cross'd the dear child's thoughts.I see 'tis but the ev'ning breeze
1827.*-----THE COUNTRY SCHOOLMASTER.
On before us,Heart and ear in pleasure vie;
Midst the swords and the fans crowded thickly.
Where the cooling water gushes.Phoebus gave me, when a boy,All life's fullness to enjoy.So, in silence, as the GodBade them with his sov'reign nod,Sacred Muses train'd my daysTo his praise.--With the bright and silv'ry floodOf Parnassus stirr'd my blood,And the seal so pure and chasteBy them on my lips was placed.
As a boy, reserved and naughty;As a youth, a coxcomb and haughty;As a man, for action inclined;As a greybeard, fickle in mind.--Upon thy grave will people read:This was a very man, indeed!
But in vain, for all seems closed for ever.Thus the fairest part of life is madly pass'd
And yet from heaven ye send me down no aid--
And his rigid limbs they bear
Ah, there blossom'd flowers beside the river,And bright colours gleam'd upon the meadow,Gold, and green, and purple, and enamell'd,All like carbuncles and emeralds seeming!
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