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So lach doch mal

Language: Plattdeutsch

Nu mak mi nich dart Hart so buck!
Un lach doch mal! un frei di mal!
An Hęben singt de Lurken smuck,
Int Holt de Nachtigal.

Wat sühst du deep int Abendroth?
Dat Gras is grön! un Blöm de Füll!
De Vageln singt ut Æwermoth,
Un du büst bleek un still.


Translation(s): GER

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Nun mach' mir nicht das Herz bewegt

Language: German (Deutsch) after the Plattdeutsch

Nun mach' mir nicht das Herz [bewegt]1 
Und lach' [doch 'mal! und freu' dich mal!]2
Am Himmel schon die Lerche schlägt, 
Im Holz die Nachtigall. 

Was starr'st du in die Abendgluth? 
Die Blumen duften in dem Gras!
Der Vogel singt aus Übermuth,
Und du bist still und blaß.


Translation(s): CZE

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Confirmed with Quickborn. Gedichte aus dem Volksleben von Klaus Groth. Aus ditmarscher Mundart übertragen von A. v. Winterfeld, Berlin, Verlag von A. Hofmann & Comp, 1856, page 214.

1 Fibich: "so schwer"
2 Fibich: "einmal und freu' dich sehr,"

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Text added to the website: 2008-08-08.
Last modified: 2017-05-15 16:06:05
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