Sun-s appeared to shineIn her dazzling charms.
Must seek for rhymes, uniting pair with pair:Learn, children, that the will is weak, at best.
Worthy thy choice,--let her choose thee,In body fair, and fair in mind,
Thus she spoke, and with her silent companion advanced sheThrough the garden, until the floor of the granary reach'd they,Where the sick woman lay, whom she left by her daughters attended,Those dear rescued maidens, the types of innocent beauty.Both of them enter'd the room, and from the other direction,Holding a child in each hand, her friend, the magistrate, enter'd.These had lately been lost for some time by the sorrowing mother,But the old man had now found them out in the crowd of the people.And they sprang in with joy, to greet their dearly-loved mother,To rejoice in a brother, the playmate now seen for the first time!
Where some straggling dwellings rise.
'Neath the shadow of the lindens yonder,--
If I must reckon, and excuses find
And boast a thousand colours.
In the place my art foretold
Yet he's both loving and fair;He wears on his neck a chain of gold,
Ay, had he but crumbs there outspread!But lo! there appears a diminutive wight,A dwarf 'tis, yet graceful, and bearing a light,With orator-gestures that notice invite,
And he to give her reward.
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