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Felix Dahn: Gedichte - Kapitel 379
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typepoem
booktitleGedichte
authorFelix (und Therese) Dahn
year1892
publisherBreitkopf & Haertel
addressLeipzig
titleGedichte
pagesIII-XII
created20050922
sendergerd.bouillon
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The Mothers Welcome to her returning Sailor-Boy.

      Welcome on shore again,
Welcome once more again,
  Harry, my boy!
Now all the care and fear,
Haunting me year and year,
  Melt into joy!

Oft, when the thunder growled,
Oft, when the nigthwind howled
  Round my safe Hall,
Then I thought of my child,
Tossed by the Ocean's wild
  Rising and fall.

Oft, when the stars did shine,
O how my soul would pine
  For my blithe boy:
Now God our Lord be praised,
Who my fond prayers graced
  Richly with joy.

Calm stood my son and brave
On the tremendous wave
  Of the fierce sea:
Lo, now he save and sound
Stands on his native ground:
  Welcome to thee!

Now for a long, long rest
In the old eagle's nest
  Stayst thou with me:
Knowst thou, where rest is best?
Come to thy mother's breast
  And thou wilt see!

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