And,--wonder!--Her face and eyes were radiant and bright,And the maid of the mill was disclosed to the sight。， And he praised,--what harm was there?--
Sick at heart and poor in purse.。， Then quick, while the moon shines so clear,
。， Love's sadness!Perchance some day thou'lt breathe of love
。， Wilt venture, thou rash one, the billows to brave?""THEY SHALL, AND THEY MUST BE PRESERVED FROM THE WAVE!"
The water sinks, the plains re-appear.。， Ah, no knight escapes scot free!
I had it close beside me.。，
By night to Cupid's treacherous mill!。， Span so fine and slight,--As was likely. I presume--
To fall upon a guiltless youth?For he who such a prize would win,。， "I'll bear thee, mother, across the swell,
And fain would silence keep;Yet since to speak I now am bid,。， Sweet the things he said--Praised my flax-resembling hair,
THE father's name ye ne'er shall be told。，
There stood the aged reveller,。，
。， In life I linger thereAnd when my heart is breaking nigh,"Forget-me-not!" is all I cry,
1797.-----THE TRAVELLER AND THE FARM~MAIDEN.。， AWAY, thou swarthy witch! Go forth
， Dream of the treason in her breast?She bade kind Cupid stay awhile,。，