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James Joyce, Chamber Music. In neuen Nachdichtungen von Helmut Schulze und ANH. Chamber Music (30): Das dreißigste Gedicht. (Entwürfe).


XXX.

Love came to us in time gone by
When one at twilight shyly played
And one in fear was standing nigh -- -
For Love at first is all afraid.

We were grave lovers. Love is past
That had his sweet hours many a one;
Welcome to us now at the last
The ways that we shall go upon.




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James Joyce, Chamber Music. In neuen Nachdichtungen von Helmut Schulze und ANH. Chamber Music (29): Das neunundzwanzigste Gedicht. (Entwürfe).


XXIX.

Dear heart, why will you use me so?
Dear eyes that gently me upbraid,
Still are you beautiful -- - but O,
How is your beauty raimented!

Through the clear mirror of your eyes,
Through the soft sigh of kiss to kiss,
Desolate winds assail with cries
The shadowy garden where love is.

And soon shall love dissolved be
When over us the wild winds blow -- -
But you, dear love, too dear to me,
Alas! why will you use me so?




Chamber Music 28 <<<<

James Joyce, Chamber Music. In neuen Nachdichtungen von Helmut Schulze und ANH. Chamber Music (28): Das achtundzwanzigste Gedicht. (Entwürfe).


XXVIII.

Gentle lady, do not sing
Sad songs about the end of love;
Lay aside sadness and sing
How love that passes is enough.

Sing about the long deep sleep
Of lovers that are dead, and how
In the grave all love shall sleep:
Love is aweary now.




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James Joyce, Chamber Music. In neuen Nachdichtungen von Helmut Schulze und ANH. Chamber Music (27): Das siebenundzwanzigste Gedicht. (Entwürfe).


XXVII.

Though I thy Mithridates were,
Framed to defy the poison-dart,
Yet must thou fold me unaware
To know the rapture of thy heart,
And I but render and confess
The malice of thy tenderness.

For elegant and antique phrase,
Dearest, my lips wax all too wise;
Nor have I known a love whose praise
Our piping poets solemnize,
Neither a love where may not be
Ever so little falsity.




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James Joyce, Chamber Music. In neuen Nachdichtungen von Helmut Schulze und ANH. Chamber Music (26): Das sechsundzwanzigste Gedicht. (Entwürfe).


XXVI.

Thou leanest to the shell of night,
Dear lady, a divining ear.
In that soft choiring of delight
What sound hath made thy heart to fear?
Seemed it of rivers rushing forth
From the grey deserts of the north?

That mood of thine
Is his, if thou but scan it well,
Who a mad tale bequeaths to us
At ghosting hour conjurable -- -
And all for some strange name he read
In Purchas or in Holinshed.




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James Joyce, Chamber Music. In neuen Nachdichtungen von Helmut Schulze und ANH. Chamber Music (25): Das fünfundzwanzigste Gedicht. (Entwürfe).


XXV.

Lightly come or lightly go:
Though thy heart presage thee woe,
Vales and many a wasted sun,
Oread let thy laughter run,
Till the irreverent mountain air
Ripple all thy flying hair.

Lightly, lightly -- - ever so:
Clouds that wrap the vales below
At the hour of evenstar
Lowliest attendants are;
Love and laughter song-confessed
When the heart is heaviest.




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James Joyce, Chamber Music. In neuen Nachdichtungen von Helmut Schulze und ANH. Chamber Music (24): Das vierundzwanzigste Gedicht. (Entwürfe).


XXIV.

Silently she's combing,
Combing her long hair
Silently and graciously,
With many a pretty air.

The sun is in the willow leaves
And on the dappelled grass,
And still she's combing her long hair
Before the looking-glass.

I pray you, cease to comb out,
Comb out your long hair,
For I have heard of witchery
Under a pretty air,

That makes as one thing to the lover
Staying and going hence,
All fair, with many a pretty air
And many a negligence.




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James Joyce, Chamber Music. In neuen Nachdichtungen von Helmut Schulze und ANH. Chamber Music (23): Das dreiundzwanzigste Gedicht. (Entwürfe).


XXIII.

This heart that flutters near my heart
My hope and all my riches is,
Unhappy when we draw apart
And happy between kiss and kiss:
My hope and all my riches -- - yes! -- -
And all my happiness.

For there, as in some mossy nest
The wrens will divers treasures keep,
I laid those treasures I possessed
Ere that mine eyes had learned to weep.
Shall we not be as wise as they
Though love live but a day?




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James Joyce, Chamber Music. In neuen Nachdichtungen von Helmut Schulze und ANH. Chamber Music (22): Das zweiundzwanzigste Gedicht. (Entwürfe).


XXII.

Of that so sweet imprisonment
My soul, dearest, is fain -- -
Soft arms that woo me to relent
And woo me to detain.
Ah, could they ever hold me there
Gladly were I a prisoner!

Dearest, through interwoven arms
By love made tremulous,
That night allures me where alarms
Nowise may trouble us;
But l sleep to dreamier sleep be wed
Where soul with soul lies prisoned.




Chamber Music 21 <<<<

James Joyce, Chamber Music. In neuen Nachdichtungen von Helmut Schulze und ANH. Chamber Music (21): Das einundzwanzigste Gedicht. (Entwürfe).


XXI.

He who hath glory lost, nor hath
Found any soul to fellow his,
Among his foes in scorn and wrath
Holding to ancient nobleness,
That high unconsortable one -- -
His love is his companion.




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