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CONTENTS
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IX. THE WANDERER FROM THE FOLD
How few, of all the hearts that loved 68
X. WARNING AND REPLY
In the earth—the earth—thou shalt be laid  70
XI. LAST WORDS
I knew not 'twas so dire a crime 71
XII. THE LADY TO HER GUITAR
For him who struck thy foreign string  72
XIII. THE TWO CHILDREN
Heavy hangs the rain-drop 73
XIV. Child of delight, with sun-bright hair 75
XV. THE VISIONARY
Silent is the house: all are laid asleep  77
XVI. ENCOURAGEMENT
I do not weep; I would not weep 79
XVII. STANZAS
Often rebuked, yet always back returning  80
XVIII. No coward soul is mine 81

I. O God of heaven! The dream of horror 85
II. SONG
Lord of Elbe, on Elbe hill  89
III. Cold, clear, and blue the morning heaven 90
IV. Tell me, tell me, smiling child 92
V. High waving heather 'neath stormy blasts bending 93
VI. The night of storms has past 94
VII. I saw thee, child, one summer day 97
VIII. The battle had passed from the height 100
IX. Alone I sat; the summer day 102
X. The night is darkening round me 103
XI. I'll come when thou art saddest 104
XII. I would have touched the heavenly key 105