With shame took to flight.Is't hope? Do I wander?Ye rocks and trees yonder,
No more by sorrow proved,Returns at length to me!
1806.-----FORTUNE OF WAR.
Far extend the galleries;Roses blossom near the ground,
"Drink, good neighbour, I pray! A merciful God has protectedUs in the past from misfortune, and will protect us in future.All must confess that since He thought fit to severely chastise us,When that terrible fire occurr'd, He has constantly bless'd us.And watch'd over us constantly, just as man is accustom'dHis eye's precious apple to guard, that dearest of members.Shall He not for the future preserve us, and be our Protector?For 'tis in danger we learn to appreciate duly His Goodness.This so flourishing town, which He built again from its ashesBy the industrious hands of its burghers, and bless'd it so richly,Will He again destroy it, and render their toil unavailing?"
Oh, thou broom accurs'd?
Dread tidings, that our hearts had fear'd to own!Yet his transfigured being now can see
The box makes faces as I pass,--Into the darkest thicket hasten I,Hoping to 'scape from the ring,Over the palings to spring!Vainly I leap and climb;
"Take, I entreat thee, some fruit out of the garden, my friendTake the ripest oranges, figs of the whitest; the ocean
MODEST men must needs endure,
When early to my chamber
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