[The following explanation is necessary, in order to make thisode in any way intelligible. The Poet is supposed to leave hiscompanions, who are proceeding on a hunting expedition in winter,in order himself to pay a visit to a hypochondriacal friend, andalso to see the mining in the Hartz mountains. The odealternately describes, in a very fragmentary and peculiar manner,the naturally happy disposition of the Poet himself and theunhappiness of his friend; it pictures the wildness of the roadand the dreariness of the prospect, which is relieved at one spotby the distant sight of a town, a very vague allusion to which ismade in the third strophe; it recalls the hunting party on whichhis companions have gone; and after an address to Love, concludesby a contrast between the unexplored recesses of the highest peakof the Hartz and the metalliferous veins of its smallerbrethren.]
To me is all, I to myself am lost,
For a newborn creed,
A hundred thousand fold
Wetting his naked feet;As if his true love's words were those,
Joyously would I devote all of the cargo to thee.Yet not trinkets and jewels alone is thy loved one procuring;
Prove the raptures the Immortals taste."
The mound's close by, and safe from the wet;
Oh, by Aurora, ere long, he had in envy been rous'd!Hero Leander espied at the noisy feast, and the lover
And when Time spreads his fleeting wing,
Looks upon each impious kiss.
THE MAID OF THE MILL.
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