And hits the leg, please Heaven;And then our troubles vanish all,
After that bitter parting's depth of woe,I deem'd the shore from which my steps I bent,
Then with significance answer'd his good and sensible mother,Shedding tears in silence, which easily rose in her eyelids:--"Son, what has wrought so strange a change in your temper and feelings,That you freely and openly speak to your mother no longer,As you till yesterday did, nor tell her truly your wishes?If another had heard you speaking, he doubtless would praise youHighly, and deem your new resolution as worthy of honour,Being deceived by your words, and by your manner of speaking.I however can only blame you. I know you much better.You are concealing your heart, and very diff'rent your thoughts are;For I am sure you care not at all for drum and for trumpet,Nor, to please the maidens, care you to wear regimentals.For, though brave you may be, and gallant, your proper vocationIs to remain at home, the property quietly watching.Therefore tell me truly: What means this sudden decision?"
E. A. B.London, 1874.
From out my house, I tell thee!Or else I needs must, in my wrath,
Heathrose fair and tender!
Thank the mould within thy heart,That the Muses' favour blestNe'er will perish, ne'er depart.
The town girl now threatens
II.CHORUS OF SPIRITS.
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