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Felix Dahn: Gedichte - Kapitel 378
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typepoem
booktitleGedichte
authorFelix (und Therese) Dahn
year1892
publisherBreitkopf & Haertel
addressLeipzig
titleGedichte
pagesIII-XII
created20050922
sendergerd.bouillon
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To Director Schmidt.Author of the »Shakespeare Lexicon«.

The spirit of great William spake to me:
»My messenger and herald thou shalt be!
Go to the man, who of you Germans all
Did of my language every whispered call
Most deeply feel, most clearly understand:
I greet him, tell him, from Olympian Land:
He did not lose the labour of his love,
Who to interpret all my beauty strove:
Measure for measure I am wont to give;
Immortal with myself his name shall live.«
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