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Dein Haus, im Waldgehege

Language: German (Deutsch)

    An ein Mädchen

Dein Haus, [im]1 Waldgehege,
Stand auf dem Hügel frei;
Ich, auf gewund'nem Stege,
Zog hart daran vorbei.
Du gabst mit treuer Miene
Mir meinen Gruß zurück,
Die wallende Gardine
Entzog dich dann dem Blick.

Nun hat das reiche Leben,
Das ringsum sich ergießt,
In deinem stillen Weben
Den Punct, in dem es schließt:
Du wirst die Beere pflücken,
Die dort zur Reife drängt,
Dich wird die Rose schmücken,
Die hier im Grünen hängt.

Und danke ich der Quelle,
Die mir den Trunk gebracht,
Dank' ich so mancher Stelle
Voll kühler Waldesnacht,
Dank' ich der Sonne willig
Ihr herzerfreuend Licht,
So dank' ich dir auch billig
Dein süßes Angesicht.


Translation(s): FRE

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1 Gänsbacher: "am"; other changes might exist, not noted.

Submitted by Emily Ezust [Administrator]

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Available translations, adaptations, and transliterations (if applicable):

  • FRE French (Français) (Pierre Mathé) , title unknown, copyright © 2015, (re)printed on this website with kind permission


Text added to the website: 2009-04-22.
Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:03:12
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Ta maison dans la forêt

Language: French (Français) after the German (Deutsch)

    À une jeune fille 

Ta maison dans la forêt
Est seule sur une colline ;
Je suis passé devant,
Peinant sur un chemin tortueux.
Tu m'as rendu mon salut
D'un air avenant,
En volant, les rideaux
Firent disparaître ton regard.

Maintenant la vie foisonnante
Répandue tout autour,
Trouve dans ce voile tranquille
Le point où elle s'arrête :
Tu cueilleras les baies
Qui là-bas se pressent de mûrir,
La rose t'ornera,
Elle qui pend là au buisson.

Et je remercie la source
Qui m'a donné à boire,
Je remercie aussi maints lieux
Dans la forêt, emplis de la fraîcheur nocturne,
Je remercie le soleil de bonne volonté
Pour sa réjouissante lumière,
Je te remercie aussi à la mesure
De ton doux visage.


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Translation of title "Sommerreise" = "Un voyage en été"

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Text added to the website: 2015-09-08.
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