"If I have wept in solitude,
All your sins momentous!Error's crooked pathways shunning.
No longer the goblet she places
Straightway, all-gladdening-one, salute I thee,The arch of heaven o'er head grows pure and bright,--
And a more excellent style, love, and love only can teach."Thus did the Sophist discourse. What mortal, alas! could resist him?
THE ARCHANGELS' SONG.
So, brethren, sing: ERGO BIBAMUS!Tho' talk may be hush'd, yet the glasses ring clear,
The children they hear with affright.
Lack-a-day!And as I had been prominent,All scowl'd upon me as I went,I found not one content.
THE Poems comprised in this collection are written in thePersian style, and are greatly admired by Oriental scholars, forthe truthfulness with which the Eastern spirit of poetry isreproduced by the Western minstrel. They were chiefly composedbetween the years 1814 and 1819, and first given to the world inthe latter year. Of the twelve books into which they are divided,that of Suleika will probably be considered the best, from themany graceful love-songs which it contains. The following isHanoi's account of the Divan, and may well serve as a substitutefor anything I could say respecting it:--
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