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欧洲杯买球那个软件靠谱

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2hWFk  1795.-----COURAGE.R0Y欧洲杯买球那个软件靠谱

ETp  In the valley down below'Neath his footsteps spring the flowers,And the meadowIn his breath finds life.vK欧洲杯买球那个软件靠谱

欧洲杯买球那个软件靠谱RQGE  So, gun in hand, he sought a spotw6x

欧洲杯买球那个软件靠谱5J5  And sadnessAnd pensiveness blendingQqD

3V9z  The gentle sleep that round my senses clung,And I, awak'ning, from my cottage fared,SHV欧洲杯买球那个软件靠谱

QNuA  Which, confusing no more, gladden the mind as they wave.Every plant unto thee proclaimeth the laws everlasting,BQl欧洲杯买球那个软件靠谱

Ch  Freely offer me thy hand;Let the band that joins us nowVvkX

YUQ  He who, like me, hath knowledge sure of this,Can he in aught beside find happiness?Ljf

pSf  While on this sight our master gazed,His head was growing well-nigh crazed:What words for all could he e'er find,Could such a medley be combined?Could he continue with delightFor evermore to sing and write?When lo, from out a cloud's dark bedIn at the upper window spedThe Muse, in all her majesty,As fair as our loved maids we see.With clearness she around him threwHer truth, that ever stronger grew.vut

ZQV  Fair looks tow'rd earth were thrown.The monarch, ravish'd by the strain,Bade them bring forth a golden chain,dyyy5

vx  [I feel considerable hesitation in venturing to offer thisversion of a poem which Carlyle describes to be 'a beautifulpiece (a very Hans Sacks beatified, both in character and style),which we wish there was any possibility of translating.' Thereader will be aware that Hans Sachs was the celebrated Minstrel-Cobbler of Nuremberg, who Wrote 208 plays, 1700 comic tales, andbetween 4000 and 5000 lyric poems. He flourished throughoutalmost the whole of the 16th century.]A1

4Azq  A castle built of yore,Where once lurked horse and horsemanM2b

IbdE  Wind! Oh, if thou hadst but reason,Word for word in turns thou'dst carry,E'en though some perchance might perish'Tween two lovers so far distant.pIMAj

uV4jG  WITH what inward joy, sweet lay,tno

4ERig  The next am I,--the brown and the long,Known well to women, known well to song.Instead of spices, 'tis gold I bear,And so I'm welcome everywhere.T7

gtkb  Beginning, rudely, I admit,To treat the lady with a text.To this she hearken'd not at all,But hasten'd to his principal:"None are so wise, they say, as you,--Is not the world enough for two?rwJiW

P2Sw  Now to the card-table hast thou bound me,CltWw

d  Sleep on! what wouldst thou more?k8td

jk3Tq  Thou wilt not list beforeIn slumbers thou art lying:4Ap

7jG3  Help! rescue me from death and misery!sjA8f

1.Wj6a  How love I thee!Thine eye, how gleams it!elly

2.4K1  [Composed for the merry party already mentioned, on the occasionof the departure for France of the hereditary prince, who was oneof the number, and who is especially alluded to in the 3rdverse.]rA5

3.RIABo  Though, for each other, yet ah! 'gainst one another no more.Oh, thou single moment, wherein I found life! thou outweighestgQu

4.0D8S  Ivy circles thy slenderForm so graceful and godlike.How ye rise on highFrom the ruins,Column-pairAnd thou, their lonely sister yonder,--How thou,Dusky moss upon thy sacred head,--Lookest down in mournful majestyOn thy brethren's figuresLying scatter'dAt thy feet!In the shadow of the brambleEarth and rubbish veil them,Lofty grass is waving o'er themIs it thus thou, Nature, prizestThy great masterpiece's masterpiece?Carelessly destroyest thouThine own sanctuary,Sowing thistles there?lXv

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