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Hoe schoon de morgendauw

Language: Dutch (Nederlands)

Hoe schoon de morgendauw,
hoe schoon de versche blommen,
hoe schoon de zonnestraal,
die door dien dreupel beeft;
hoe schoon moet ginder zijn
dat [hier wij]1 schoonheid nommen,
en dat maar eenen glim
van de Opperschoonheid heeft!


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Spelling changes used by Ghesquiere: blommen -> bloemen; nommen -> noemen ; eenen -> enen
Spelling change used by Zagwijn: door -> deur

1 Van Overeem: "wij hier"

Submitted by Emily Ezust [Administrator]

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Text added to the website: 2008-09-20 00:00:00.
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