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Τι γυμνον

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ΓυμνG δε κολπ© ήεν

Ο λευκώ, ος νομης

Ποθημα δεινον έπνει.

Τορησε κολπον ηδε,

Κολπον δι' επτατ’ ευθυς

'Ερως, έσω καθιζων “ο ξεινG επτοησε

Πως οπτοησεν αυτην!

'Αλλ' εκεθ' ηδε φευγει,

Η τοξον εκεθ έλκει,
Γαιη δε παντα διατει,
Τοξον, βελητε, και, τον
Μισησεν ανδρα, ζητει,

Ποδες μεν και ταχςοι

Βραδεις λιην δοκεσι,

Τω XIV,

Though mountains meet not, lovers may;

What other lovers do, did they :

The god of love sat on a tree,

And laught that pleasant fight to fee.

Τω νυνι, θαυμαελστον, Ερωτικον συνοντε 'Αθυρετην αθυρμα" Εν τωδ' Έρως επ' όζω Καθητο, και γελασσε, Θεαμα τερωνον ειδων.

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'ER moorlands and mountains, rude, barren,

As wilder'd and wearied I roam; [and bare,

A gentle young shepherdess sees my despair,

And leads memo'er lawns to her home.

Yellow sheaves from rich Ceres her cottage had

Green rushes were strew'd on her floor; (crown’d, Her casement, sweet woodbines crept wantonly

And deck'd the fod seats at her door.

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We sat ourselves down to a cooling repast,

Fresh fruits, and she cull'd me the best ;

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