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Farewell,

Sweet groves, to you!

You hills that highest dwell,

And all you humble vales, adieu!

You wanton brooks and solitary rocks,

My dear companions all, and you my tender flocks!

Farewell, my pipe! And all those pleasing songs whose moving strains

Delighted once the fairest nymphs that dance upon the plains.

You discontents, whose deep and over-deadly smart

Have without pity broke the truest heart,

Sighs, tears, and every sad annoy,

That erst did with me dwell,

And others joy,

Farewell!

(, / , ! / , , / , , ! / , , / , , ! / , ! , / , . / , , / , / , , / , / , / !)

 

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Blest they who seek,

While in their youth,

With spirit meek,

The way of truth.

To them the Sacred Scriptures now display,

Christ as the only true and living way:

His precious blood on Calvary was given

To make them heirs of ebdless bliss in heaven.

And een on the child of God can trace

The glorious blessings of his Saviours face.

For them He bore

The thorny crown;

Nailed to the cross,

Endured its pain,

That his lifes loss

Might be their gain.

Then haste to choose

That better part

Nor dare refuse

The Lord your heart,

Lest He declare, -

I know you not;

And deep despair

Shall be your lot.

Now look to Jesus who on Calvary died,

And trust on Him alone who there was crucified.

 

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XIX :

THE WINE GLASS

Who hath woe? Who hath sorrow?

Who hath contentions? Who

hath wound without cause?

Who hath redness of eyes?

They that tarry long at the

wine! They that go to

seek mixed wine. Look

not thou upon the

wine when it is red,

when it giveth its

color in the

CUP;

when it

moveth itself

aright.

At

the last

it biteth like a

serpent, and stingeth like an adder.

 

Ē (DIsraeli, I. Curiosities of literature. London: G.Routledge & Sons, 1867. .111) , (Puttenham) . , , , , .

 

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, Charles Boltenhouse Poems in the Shape of Things, Art News Annual, 1959, Alfabeto in Sogno. Dal carme figurato alla poesia concreta, Milano, Mazzotta, 2002.

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