。，Where twirled the passionate Wili,
。，Once--it's long gone--when two gulls we beheld,
I was easy half a minute ago.。，But for making a rascal like me so pleased,
It's man and woman everywhere!。，On week-days he's playing at Spider and Fly,
On gabled peak and arbour:。，
I was a lad not wide from here:。，On the contrary, I'm Conservative quite;
The cottagers bustle about the door,。，
'Christian labour。，And it's a woman, old girl, that shakes me
。，There's a Juggler outjuggles all!
。，You're hostile, and that's the thing that's meant.
And either went their way.。，Then the silent cold stone warriors frowned,
Though he has got the ear o' the magistrates.。，I see it dash down the dark ravine,
Now, life and eyes!。，Waxed hot as furnace-cinders.
It's like defying all our natural laws,。，Thro' leaves again, I could harangue the herds:
But I will lie beside him there:。，The dreamy-eyed mistresses circled the sedge,
And the nightingale will languish for its mate.。，XIX
。，The hosts he sent to slumbers.
，O have you seen the deer at chase?。，What wisdom was mine that second!