As if 'twas school-time ended.
As to seek e'en strangers' lusts to please?"
"Kindly youth, I never can be thine!
I a landlord's business bought.There I've done, with all due ardour,
Signs of man's arranging handSee I 'mid the trees!Not by thee these stones were join'd,Nature, who so freely scatterest!
Thyself as bride, as bridegroom I.Oft from thy mouth full many a kissIn an unguarded hour of bliss
Since they thus have swell'd our joy,
WAKEN not Amor from sleep! The beauteous urchin still slumbers;
All that is needed is done, when I Sakontala name.
Said: "The taper's here!"
VI. Book of Proverbs
No longer she fills for the priest.
And roll myself half dead, and foam, and cry,