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1825.-----CALM AT SEA.
Suddenly a boy appear'd beside me,Saying "Friend, what meanest thou by gazingOn the vacant pall with such composure?Hast thou lost for evermore all pleasureBoth in painting cunningly, and forming?"On the child I gazed, and thought in secret:"Would the boy pretend to be a master?"
Shall a god drink, eat at table,Like us mortals? No, the Only,Who the sun and moon created,And the glowing stars arch'd o'er us,He is God,--we'll fly!"--The gentle,Lightly shod, and dainty striplingsDid a shepherd meet, and hide them,With himself, within a cavern.
Weeks laborious, feast-days gay!
O'er my sad, fate I sorrow,To each dewy morrow,
Yet 'tis hard, oh, hard to bear!
Hurrah!And as we've ended feast and strain,The cup we'll to the bottom drain;No dregs must there remain!
And burningIn torment ne'er ending;
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