Badisches Sagen-Buch, Volume 2

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Page 132 - The night-winds wake, the long reeds make Sad music for their dancing, As hand in hand is seen the band Of lily-maids advancing; In mazy flight careering light, With faces white and garments white, Till o'er their pallid cheeks is spread Once more a blush of living red. The loud winds groan, the long...
Page 133 - A dripping head with sedge o'erspread, A flowing beard depending ; And thunder-like there comes a sound, Reecho'd from the rocks around : „Ye graceles daughters, hark ! give o'er Back to your watery beds once more...
Page 133 - ... reeds make Sad music for their dancing, As hand in hand is seen the band Of lily-maids advancing; In mazy flight careering light, With faces white and garments white, Till o'er their pallid cheeks is spread Once more a blush of living red. The loud winds groan, the long reeds moan, The pine-wood pipes in chorus, The clouds athwart the moon are blown, The shadows Hiker o'er us.

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