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Felix Dahn: Gedichte - Kapitel 285
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typepoem
booktitleGedichte
authorFelix (und Therese) Dahn
year1892
publisherBreitkopf & Haertel
addressLeipzig
titleGedichte
pagesIII-XII
created20050922
sendergerd.bouillon
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Fear not to part.

                »Now fare thee well, beloved mine,
  They send thee to the west.«
He put his curl in a golden shrine
  And fasten'd it on her breast:
»Where thou art wandering, my own love dear,
  My soul is following always near.

In faraway lands and over the sea,
  Now sunbeat, now driven by wind
And pining and struggling, – I view thee,
  All sharing it in my mind.
Wherever thou tired layest down to rest,
  My darkbrown curl is on thy breast.

That keeps from thee all dangers off,
  That shields against a foe
And over thee watches my lasting love,
  Thy home, thy rest in woe.
Fare well, my love, fear not to part
  My curl on thy breast, my love in thy heart.«

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