[Another of the love-songs addressed to Frederica.]。， Wake the mournful ghosts of men,I, too, wake, and each night-bird.
But at length I see the reason,。， 1775.*-----RESTLESS LOVE.
Of that time so fondly cherish'd!Silently my wounds I feed,And with wailing evermore。， Greets thee a thousand times!Oft stoop'd I, and caress'd it,
。， Sleep on! what wouldst thou more?
。， 1775.*-----RESTLESS LOVE.
Her I have seen!。，
Mournful in an hour like this。， Vapour conceal'd.
。， And murmur'd in mine awe-struck ear;The night a thousand monsters made,
。， 1815.*-----IN SUMMER.
Be there to us confess'd!。， To break one's word is pleasure-fraught,
If duty's self no fetter knows.。， Sun! to me also be thouCreator of days bright and glorious;Life and Eternity this!
AS a butterfly renew'd,。，
Where to taste the joys of love!。， Ah, why suffer it to be?
ALL things give token of thee!As soon as the bright sun is shining,Thou too wilt follow, I trust.。，
Tho' man may seem to wear a chain.Let one alone inflame thee e'er,。， That soon are mute, and nought deny!With her into the holy place