。， Strength find the angels in Thy sight,
。， AFTER THE BATTLE OF BADE, BENEATH THE CANOPY OF HEAVEN.
1819.*-----FIRDUSI (Speaks).。， Wake his glowing passion;
Life I seek from thee alone.。，
YE shadowy forms, again ye're drawing near,。， That which my inward, outward sense proclaims,
BOOK OF PROVERBS.。， THE THREE.
Each its own Peculiar sought;Back to full, unbounded life。，
。， One small flask's contents to glean,
By Heaven she could not straightened be.Attempt to bend her, and she'll break;If left alone, more crooked grows madam;What well could be worse, my good friend, Adam?--For woman due allowance make;'Twere grievous, if thy rib should break!。，
。， To reward her melody,Giveth he a cage of gold.Such a cage are limbs of men,--
Fill'd with checkered marble columns bright;To the noble grape-juice, solace-fraught,。， Veil in the meadow-carpet's flowery charms,
Checks the sun's fierce glow Adam,Kisses, as he flies, the vine,。， 1815.-----THE REUNION.
And the son his honour prize.As the father his renown.-----O'ER the Mediterranean sea。， The pearl now glistens in our monarch's crown,With gentle gleam and loving look.
。， Where all might drear and lonely be;They found ere long my desert breast,
， As within thine arms I lie.。，