Honour is his merit,'Gainst each in-- and outward foe
No more within my mantle could I hide;
First on high a radiant sun he painted,Which upon mine eyes with splendour glisten'd,And he made the clouds with golden border,Through the clouds he let the sunbeams enter;Painted then the soft and feathery summitsOf the fresh and quicken'd trees, behind themOne by one with freedom drew the mountains;Underneath he left no lack of water,But the river painted so like Nature,That it seem'd to glitter in the sunbeams,That it seem'd against its banks to murmur.
SAY, sparkling streamlet, whither thou
Yet will a deeper one, friend, cover thy bones at the last.Joyously plough'd and sow'd! Here food all living is budding,
Happy his breast, with pureness bless'd,
As though his bride were she,A poor young maiden had caress'd,And fondly kiss'd, and fondly press'd,
1815.-----III. USCHK NAME.
But matters are faring there ill.The winds through the chambers at liberty roam,
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