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Joy And Sorrow – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

As a fisher-boy I fared  To the black rock in the sea,  And, while false gifts I prepared.  Listen’d and sang merrily,  Down descended the decoy,  Soon a fish attack’d the bait;  One exultant shout of joy,–  And the fish … Continue reading

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