And she seem'd right joyous at the sign;To her pallid lips the cup she held,
That thou seest, not her likeness only;
He sees the storm upon them feed,Yet is not at the sight o'erjoy'd,
THE three holy kings with their star's bright ray,--They eat and they drink, but had rather not pay;They like to eat and drink away,They eat and drink, but had rather not pay.
That to wed with the base-born is right;The beggar has borne me a beggarly crew,--"
Many a hope and many a smart.Charlotte, who can know our mind?
Where the Lord's remains they plac'd;By the arm, that from the portal
He quaff'd it at each feast;And, when he drain'd that goblet,
[THE remarkable Poem of which this is a literal but faintrepresentation, was written when Goethe was only sixteen yearsold. It derives additional interest from the fact of its beingthe very earliest piece of his that is preserved. The few otherpieces included by Goethe under the title of Religion and Churchare polemical, and devoid of interest to the English reader.]
The espalier by the stream,--the copse around?Doth not the wondrous arch of heaven still rise,Now rich in shape, now shapeless to the eyes?
But how, I scarcely can tell.
By the well where Abram erst
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