The Poems of Goethe by Goethe, trans. Edgar Alfred Bowring

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With shame took to flight. Is’t hope? Do I wander? Ye rocks and trees yonder, THE HUNTER. To-day I’m rewarded; Rich booty’s afforded Disclose ye the loved one, Disclose my delight! By Fortune so bright. My servant the pheasants, And hares fit for presents THE LANGUISHING. — O’er my sad, fate I sorrow, To each dewy morrow, Long life to the hunter! Veil’d here from man’s sight By the many mistaken, Unknown and forsaken, Long live his delight! 1789. Here I wing my flight! Compassionate spirit! Let none ever hear it,— Conceal my affliction, 45 Who’ll Buy Gods of Love?

And now the small one see! A modest look has he, And yet he’s such apother As his big roguish brother. ’Tis chiefly when all’s still He loves to show his will. 1795. 46 Goethe The Misanthrope. Different Threats. ” An owl’s they might be now. Then cried I haughtily: “I’ll crush What is it, askest thou? Is’t love, or is’t ennui? ” whisper’d she: “My loved one, hush! ’Tis both at once, I vow. ” 1767-9. 1767-9. 47 Goethe Maiden Wishes. Motives. WHAT pleasure to me A bridegroom would be! When married we are, They call us mamma.

But at length I see the reason, I hear thee, when yon billows rise on high, When the question I would ask: ’Twas in such a beauteous season, With murmur deep. To tread the silent grove oft wander I, Doris glowed to make me blest! When all’s asleep. 1797. I’m near thee, though thou far away mayst be— Thou, too, art near! The sun then sets, the stars soon lighten me. 61 Goethe Presence. Would thou wert here! ALL things give token of thee! As soon as the bright sun is shining, Thou too wilt follow, I trust.

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