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_ time_late in the evening._ i.dear my friend and fellowstudent, i would lean my spirit oer you! down the purple of this chamber tears should scarcely run at will.i am humbled who was humble.friend, i bow my head before you: you should lead me to my peasants, but their faces are too still.ii.theres a lady, an earls daughter,she is proud and she is noble, and she treads the crimson carpet and she breathes the perfumed air, and a kingly blood sends glances up, her princely eye to trouble, and the shadow of a monarchs crown is softened in her hair.iii.she has halls among the woodlands, she has castles by the breakers, she has farms and she has manors, she can threaten and command: and the palpitating engines snort in steam across her acres, as they mark upon the blasted heaven the measure of the land.iv.there are none of englands daughters who can show a prouder presence; upon princely suitors praying she has looked in her disdain.she was sprung of english nobles, i was born of english peasants; what was _i_ that i should love her, save for competence to pain? v.i was only a poor poet, made for singing at her casement, as the finches or the thrushes, while she thought of other things.oh, she walked so high above me, she appeared to my abasement, in her lovely silken murmur, like an angel clad in wings! vi.many vassals bow before her as her carriage sweeps their doorways; she has blest their little children, as a priest or queen were she: far too tender, or too cruel far, her smile upon the poor was, for i thought it was the same smile which she used to smile on _me_.vii.she has voters in the commons, she has lovers in the palace, and, of all the fair courtladies, few have jewels half as fine; oft the prince has named her beauty twixt the red wine and the chalice: oh, and what was _i_ to love her? my beloved, my geraldine! viii.yet i could not choose but love her: i was born to poetuses, to love all things set above me, all of good and all of fair.nymphs of mountain, not of valley, we are wont to call the muses; and in nympholeptic climbing, poets pass from mount to star.ix.and because i was a poet, and because the public praised me, with a critical deduction for the modern writers fault, i could sit at rich mens tables,though the courtesies that raised me, still suggested clear between us the pale spectrum of the salt.x.and they praised me in her presencewill your book appear this summer? then returning to each otheryes, our plans are for the moors.then with whisper dropped behind methere he is! the latest comer.oh, she only likes his verses! what is over, she endures.xi.quite lowborn, selfeducated! somewhat gifted though by nature, and we make a point of asking him,of being very kind.you may speak, he does not hear you! and, besides, he writes no satire, all these serpents kept by charmers leave the natural sting behind.xii.i grew scornfuller, grew colder, as i stood up there among them, till as frost intense will burn you, the cold scorning scorched my brow; when a sudden silver speaking, gravely cadenced, overrung them, and a sudden silken stirring touched my inner nature through.xiii.i looked upward and beheld her: with a calm and regnant spirit, slowly round she swept her eyelids, and said clear before them all have you such superfluous honour, sir, that able to confer it you will come down, mister bertram, as my guest to wycombe hall? xiv.here she paused; she had been paler at the first word of her speaking, but, because a silence followed it, blushed somewhat, as for shame: then, as scorning her own feeling, resumed calmlyi am seeking more distinction than these gentlemen think worthy of my claim.xv.neertheless, you see, i seek itnot because i am a woman, (here her smile sprang like a fountain and, so, overflowed her mouth) but because my woods in sussex have some purple shades at gloaming which are worthy of a king in state, or poet in his youth.xvi.i invite you, mister bertram, to no scene for worldly speeches sir, i scarce should darebut only where god asked the thrushes first: and if _you_ will sing beside them, in the covert of my beeches, i will thank you for the woodlands,for the human world, at worst.xvii.then she smiled around right childly, then she gazed around right queenly, and i bowedi could not answer; alternated light and gloom while as one who quells the lions, with a steady eye serenely, she, with level fronting eyelids, passed out stately from the room.xviii.oh, the blessèd woods of sussex, i can hear them still around me, with their leafy tide of greenery still rippling up the wind! oh, the cursèd woods of sussex! where the hunters arrow found me, when a fair face and a tender voice had made me mad and blind! xix.in that ancient hall of wycombe thronged the numerous guests invited, and the lovely london ladies trod the floors with gliding feet; and their voices low with fashion, not with feeling, softly freighted all the air about the windows with elastic laughters sweet.xx.for at eve the open windows flung their light out on the terrace which the floating orbs of curtains did with gradual shadow sweep, while the swans upon the river, fed at morning by the heiress, trembled downward through their snowy wings at music in their sleep.xxi.and there evermore was music, both of instrument and singing, till the finches of the shrubberies grew restless in the dark; but the cedars stood up motionless, each in a moonlights ringing, and the deer, half in the glimmer, strewed the hollows of the park.xxii.and though sometimes she would bind me with her silvercorded speeches to commix my words and laughter with the converse and the jest, oft i sat apart and, gazing on the river through the beeches, heard, as pure the swans swam down it, her pure voice oerfloat the rest.xxiii.in the morning, horn of huntsman, hoof of steed and laugh of rider, spread out cheery from the courtyard till we lost them in the hills, while herself and other ladies, and her suitors left beside her, went awandering up the gardens through the laurels and abeles

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