For new-born dances
How beats thy heart, when thou dost hear
Of thy God-transfigur'd SonDropp'd the team, like balsam sweet,
Others are collected;On them, therefore, as on us,
Can through the bandage see!Although thine eyes are bound,By thee I'm quickly found,
"Yes, dear mother, you're right!" the son with vivacity answer'dYes, it is she! And unless this very day I conduct herHome as my bride, she will go on her way and escape me for ever,In the confusion of war, and in moving backwards and forwards.Mother, then before my eyes will in vain he unfoldedAll our rich estate, and each year henceforward be fruitful.Yes, the familiar house and the garden will be my aversion.Ah, and the love of my mother no comfort will give to my sorrow,For I feel that by Love each former bond must be loosen'd,When her own bonds she knits; 'tis not the maiden alone whoLeaves her father and mother behind, when she follows her husband.So it is with the youth; no more he knows mother and father.When he beholds the maiden, the only beloved one, approaching.Therefore let me go hence, to where desperation may lead me,For my father already has spoken in words of decision,And his house no longer is mine, if he shuts out the maidenWhom alone I would fain take home as my bride from henceforward."
Are they hither wending?
By the cruel, heartless quire;
By Fortune so bright.My servant the pheasants,And hares fit for presents
BE void of feeling!A heart that soon is stirr'd,Is a possession sadUpon this changing earth.
'Tis to it I owe the shade;Soon will storms its bloom destroy,
Wonder no longer.
And to the new oneWe, too, are new.
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