The lesser savage offered bogs and trees.。，Between the fountain and the rill
Anon a mason's work amazed the sight,。，How the ripe moment, lodged in slumberous hours,
Shows Nature's savage riddles kindly solved.。，Flushing the world with odorous flowers:
The multitude's grave shepherd, took full flight,。，And the tongue's pudency confides to her,
Her garden's histories tell of to all near.。，Vow them in nature wise as when Love speaks.
He sows for bread, and she in spirit reaps:。，Guardian hands of the counsels of Zeus, pronouncing the judgement,
Old wives that gathered herbs and knew too much.。，Divide despair from hope, and sighs from moans.
XVI。，Unto more spacious, where move ordered ranks,
But is he rightly manful in her eyes,。，The forward step met frowns, the backward smiles.
Must he, who once has been the goodly beast。，Delicious licence called it Nature's cry;
Else, son of Atreus, now were this outrage on me thy last one.。，Is shown, and she the personal nothing heeds,
。，The multitude's grave shepherd, took full flight,
Ascetic rigours crushed the fleshly sigh;。，For the one whelming wave to spring aloof.
They of our mortal diseases find never healing physician;。，
Now, as when fire voracious catches the unclipped wood-land,。，
Homeward go with my beaked ships now, and I hold not in prospect,。，In love the ruddy hue declares great heart;
Abandonment to help if heaved or sank。，Offending neither, nor the natural claim