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Verses Written In The Album Of A Friend Post by :betty17 Category :Poems Author :Frederich Schiller Date :March 2011 Read :2953

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Verses Written In The Album Of A Friend

(HERR VON MECHELN OF BASLE.)

Nature in charms is exhaustless, in beauty ever reviving;
And, like Nature, fair art is inexhaustible too.
Hail, thou honored old man! for both in thy heart thou preservest
Living sensations, and thus ne'er-ending youth is thy lot!

(The end)
Frederich Schiller's poem: Verses Written In The Album Of A Friend

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