The lyrical poems of Hugo von Hofmannsthal Prime –

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    On peacock, lamb and eagle
    His youthful lordship brave
    May waste the ointment regal
    An old dead woman gave.
    The dead, whose flight upstreameth
    And o'er the tree-tops gleameth, —
    Naught more are these, he deemeth,
    Than dancers' robes that wave.

    He goes as if no justling
    Behind e'er threateneth.
    He smiles whene'er the rustling
    Of Life's robe whispers: Death!
    For every place delights him
    And every door invites him,
    Each passion-wave incites him
    As lone he wandereth.

    When wild-bee swarms are winging,
    His soul pursues in play;
    The dolphins with their singing
    Upbear him on his way.
    All countries are his dwelling,
    But soon with hand compelling
    A dark stream, ever swelling.
    Will bound his shepherd's-day.

    On peacock, lamb and eagle
    My lord with laughter brave
    Life-Song May waste the ointment regal
    An old dead woman gave,
    On friends a smile bestowing,
    Through Life's fair garden going
    Toward dim gulfs, all unknowing,
    From which no skill can save.