And the churchyard like day seems to glow.When see! first one grave, then another opes wide,And women and men stepping forth are descried,
From home go I.
On yonder turret grey;And as the ship is sailing by,
Once some children nimbly ran;Longing much to purchase all,They with joyous haste beganSnatching up the piles there raised,While with eager eyes they gazedOn the rosy fruit so nice;But when they found out the price,Down they threw the whole they'd got,Just as if they were red hot.
OH prophetic bird so bright,Blossom-songster, cuckoo bight!In the fairest time of year,Dearest bird, oh! deign to hearWhat a youthful pair would pray,Do thou call, if hope they may:Thy cuck-oo, thy cuck-oo.Ever more cuck-oo, cuck-oo!
Guests by night, and toil by day!
Yet, for a dog, too wild,So shaggy, clumsy, rough!"Upon his back she gently strokes her foot;
Their forms in ocean lave?Shines not with twofold charms their face,
I HAD a fellow as my guest,Not knowing he was such a pest,And gave him just my usual fare;He ate his fill of what was there,
THUS to be chain'd for ever, can I bear?
Help of the gods demanding.
Sweetest, here then stay,
Burst thro' the gloom wherein she was enshrined;And then the willing, active, rapid thought
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