And in the poem he sees meaning of twofold delight.Wherefore so late didst thou remove the bandage, oh Amor,
And gropes at the graves in despair;Yet 'tis by no comrade he's treated so ill
Zephyr hastes her steps to meet,And the waving birch-tree blushes,
During many a beauteous yearI have seen ships 'neath me steer,As they seek the shelt'ring bay;
With her food-basket in her hand!Oh what a croaking, what a squeaking!Alive all the trees and the bushes appear,While to her feet whole troops draw near;The very fish within, the water clearSplash with impatience and their heads protrude;And then she throws around the foodWith such a look!--the very gods delighting(To say nought of beasts). There begins, then, a biting,A picking, a pecking, a sipping,And each o'er the legs of another is tripping,And pushing, and pressing, and flapping,And chasing, and fuming, and snapping,And all for one small piece of bread,To which, though dry, her fair hands give a taste,As though it in ambrosia had been plac'd.
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Then I bear the thread at length
And he longs for nothing more,While the mother seemeth to him
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