"Be quiet, child! children, be quiet!From hunting they come, and their thirst they would still,So leave them to swallow as much as they will,。， I must hasten on,
As of bride and bridegroom they appear,。，
And she finds the much-loved guest。， And straightway nimbly rushesTo church, to chapel, hastening fast
River after river。， The child, with trembling wonder,Runs off, and flies, as in a dream;
Wouldst thou find refreshment, traveller weary,。，
And appears as though full sore afraid.。，
。， To the youth the goblet then she brought,--
But she casts them from her, void of dread,。， "Mother, to this final prayer give ear!
。， On the bed and weeps without control.
Yet I beg of thee,One lock only give me of thy hair."。，
"OH, would we were further! Oh, would we were home,The phantoms of night tow'rd us hastily come,。，
Woe, oh woe!。， And he makes her act the part
。， Shall henceforth to Heav'n devoted be.'
"Now see! while a goblet beside me they drain'd,。，
。， And with arms outstretching far
Warms her chilly blood,。， And the churchyard like day seems to glow.When see! first one grave, then another opes wide,And women and men stepping forth are descried,
， Breath for breath, and kiss!。，