Excerpt from The Gravedigger
HE swallow dips unto the pebbled stream That runs away some purpose to fulfil: To tempt the poet's song, the painter's dream, Some barren patch of nature to redeem, Assuage the meadow's thirst or turn a mill.
Ind Nature solves her riddle ... on her scroll; Who solves the riddle of the man? Asked What is eternal life and what the goal Of spirit radium we call the soul? I sought among the dead to get reply.
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