Translations. - The Dream. (From Uhland.)

A poem by George MacDonald

In a garden sweet went walking
Two lovers hand in hand;
Two pallid figures, low talking,
They sat in the flowery land.

They kissed on the cheek one another,
And they kissed upon the mouth;
They held in their arms each the other,
And back came their health and youth.

Two little bells rang shrilly--
And the lovely dream was dead!
She lay in the cloister chilly;
He afar on his dungeon-bed.

Reader Comments

Tell us what you think of 'Translations. - The Dream. (From Uhland.)' by George MacDonald

comments powered by Disqus

Home | Search | About this website | Contact | Privacy Policy