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  • YOUNG woman, may God bless thee,Thee, and the sucking infantUpon thy breast!Let me, 'gainst this rocky wall,Neath the elm-tree's shadow,Lay aside my burden,Near thee take my rest.A visit back to The VedasWhilst he was thus discoursing, the number of men and of womenCrossing the market and going towards home kept ever increasing;And there return'd amongst others, bringing with him his daughters,On the other side of the market, their prosperous neighbour,Going full speed to his newbuilt house, the principal merchant,Rid

  • Yet the greatest bliss in lifeAnd the richest prize we findIs a good, contented mind.A visit back to The VedasTruly, I find the sight of these whimsical doings a nuisance.

  • Utter a word, oh ye streets! Wilt thou not, Genius, awake?All that thy sacred walls, eternal Rome, hold within thTeemeth with life; but to me, all is still silent and dead.A visit back to The VedasGOD gave to mortals birthIn his own image too;Then came Himself to earthA mortal kind and true.

  • NO DAM, NO PLAIN! TO MARK THE PLACESOME STRAGGLING TREES ARE THE ONLY TRACE.A visit back to The VedasBook of Suleika :Suleika's LoveHatemSuleikaLove for LoveHatemThe Loving One speaksThe Loving One againThese tufted Branches fairSuleikaThe Sublime TypeSuleikaThe ReunionSuleikaIn thousand forIX.

  • "When that infant vow of love was spokenVenus' radiant temple smiled on both.A visit back to The VedasSmilingly, when she had closed the door, continued the father"What a wonderful race of people are women and children.

  • And 'twas through her!--an inward sorrow lOn soul and body, heavily oppress'd;To mournful phantoms was my sight a preyIn the drear void of a sad tortured breast;Now on the well-known threshold Hope hath smil'd,Herself appeareth in the sunlight mild.A visit back to The VedasBut it would seem that you feel not pity enough for the poor thingWho has just cross'd your threshold, prepared to enter your serviceElse you would not seek to point out, with ridicule bitter,How far removed my lot from your son's and that of yourself is.

  • All things charm us--many please alone,Many grieve us, and as hour on hour is stealingTo and fro our restless natures sway;First we feel, and then we find each feeliBy the changeful world-stream borne away.A visit back to The VedasVainly ye sought the tomb for rest when tired;Peace in the grave may not be yours; ye're drivBack into daylight by a force inspired;But none can love the wither'd husk, though evA glorious noble kernel it contained.

  • One the pigeons praised,--the otherAs they went, extoll'd the fishes,Each one scoffing at his brothFor preferring vulgar dishes.A visit back to The VedasThe rushing water the wilderness coversYet Susan's image still o'er it hovers.

  • For she hereafter will gladden, with all her goods and possessions,That happy youth who is destined from out of all others to choose her.A visit back to The VedasWHILE he is mark'd by vision cleWho fathoms Nature's treasures,The man may follow, void of fearWho her proportions measures.

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