Translations. - Expectation And Fulfilment. (From Schiller.)

A poem by George MacDonald

In these epigrams I have altered the form, which in the original is the elegiac distich.



Thousand-masted, mighty float,
Out to sea Youth's navy goes:
Silent, in his one saved boat,
Age into the harbour rows.

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