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iDtou  I honour thee! and why?Hast thou e'er lighten'd the sorrowsOf the heavy laden?Hast thou e'er dried up the tearsOf the anguish-stricken?Was I not fashion'd to be a manBy omnipotent Time,And by eternal Fate,Masters of me and thee?B4cpbob综合投注平台

n3MRM  AWAY, thou swarthy witch! Go forthHq1Sbob综合投注平台

bob综合投注平台sfy  Yet thou feeblest, at my lay,Ever some half-hidden sorrow;Could I Joseph's graces borrow,lk0Q8

bob综合投注平台3Zpn  While closer still the folds to draw I tried,1F9A

UgKF  Here becomes ripe.What was a mysteryS53Sbob综合投注平台

z2Y  My bed has no trestles,JEU8bob综合投注平台

C8K2  If thou'lt absolution granttM5T

2H  Chorus of Angels2T9

9b7O  谢大欢:“90后”给我的感觉是,他们喜欢这件事,他们就会非常有动力,不计回报,很有热情,但当他们不喜欢这件事,他们可能就不想干了。LuK4

jHd  Devils, when we met them, vanish'd.Spirits felt love's pangs with pleasure,Where hell's torments used to dwell;E'en the hoary king of hellFelt sharp torments through him run.Shout for joy! the prize is won.xyc

Lbv  For me to feast my wonder."Duy

xTEz5  In merry and countless array.oLjY

rs2Z  A girl have chosen such as thisThe blessing of the priest alonetW6v

XZZ  Wille wau wau wau!5CW

LDQ6d  Heaven and height!Fish crowd the ocean,zfrn

p6V  Dazzling and beauteous art thou,And flowers, and moon, and the planetsHomage pay, Sun, but to thee.2LSV5

q4313  Ah, o'er ev'ry plant they rush!Ah, their cruel footsteps crushAll the flowers that fill their path!Who will dare to stem their wrath?3SiTm

fJMWs  HOPE provides wings to thought, and love to hope.Rise up to Cynthia, love, when night is clearest,And say, that as on high her figure changeth,So, upon earth, my joy decays and grows.And whisper in her ear with modest softness,How doubt oft hung its head, and truth oft wept.And oh ye thoughts, distrustfully inclined,If ye are therefore by the loved one chided,Answer: 'tis true ye change, but alter not,As she remains the same, yet changeth ever.Doubt may invade the heart, but poisons not,For love is sweeter, by suspicion flavour'd.If it with anger overcasts the eye,And heaven's bright purity perversely blackens,Then zephyr-sighs straight scare the clouds away,And, changed to tears, dissolve them into rain.Thought, hope, and love remain there as before,Till Cynthia gleams upon me as of old.Qvul

6xhWP  Mingled are with joy and pain.czFVu

nmA  The clouds high in air!I fain would go thither,zg

1.GL2  But with boldness suck in blissesFrom those lips loved dearly.hK27

2.uVV1S  'Tis full three miles.L0

3.BI92  Draws the hero new force.nG7Hj

4.73b  Faint thy fingers' pressure e'en.Z7Ka


ciWY6  WOULD we let our envy burst,OXv


xgWn  Can forget it ne'er.5TgR


dHwAn  I'll break my silence deep.If, worthy Knight, I am that flower,It grieves me that I have not powerxALy


N4IM  "To the sideaADXJ


Zuf  When 'neath the linden tree,Young folks I chance to see,I7


piL  So they turn'd themselves round; but the magistrate found himself summon'dBy his own followers, who had need of his presence and counsel.But the pastor forthwith the druggist accompanied, till theyCame to a gap in the hedge, when the latter pointed with slyness,"See you," exclaim'd he, "the maiden? The child's clothes she has been changing.And I recognise well the old calico--also the cushion--Cover of blue, which Hermann took in the bundle and gave her.Quickly and well, of a truth, she has used the presents left with her.These are evident proofs; and all the rest coincide too;For a bodice red her well-arch'd bosom upraises,Prettily tied, while black are the stays fitting close around her.Then the seams of the ruff she has carefully plaited and folded,Which, with modest grace, her chin so round is encircling;Free and joyously rises her head, with its elegant oval,Strongly round bodkins of silver her back-hair is many times twisted.When she is sitting, we plainly see her noble proportions,And the blue well-plaited gown which begins from close to her bosom,And in rich folds descending, her well-turn'd ankles envelops.'Tis she, beyond all doubt. So come, that we may examineWhether she be both a good and a frugal and virtuous maiden."Then the pastor rejoin'd, the sitting damsel inspecting"That she enchanted the youth, I confess is no matter of wonder,For she stands the test of the gaze of a man of experience.Happy the person to whom Mother Nature the right face has given!She recommends him at all times, he never appears as a stranger,Each one gladly approaches, and each one beside him would linger,If with his face is combined a pleasant and courteous demeanour.Yes, I assure you the youth has indeed discover'd a maidenWho the whole of the days of his life will enliven with gladness,And with her womanly strength assist him at all times and truly.Thus a perfect body preserves the soul also in pureness,And a vigorous youth of a happy old age gives assurance.zQOo