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NOCTURNAL LOVE
FEELINGS
TRANSFORMATION
CREATION
POETRY
THE FOREST SPRING
THE MAGIC HARP
THE ABDUCTION
YEARNING
SIREN SONG
In melodies that flow
THE LITTLE OLD MAN OF THE WATER
THE FIRST ELEGY
Huddled inside the low-walled pen
CONCLUDING SONNET TO JENNY
THE MADWOMAN
TWO SONGS TO JENNY
SOUGHT
A Song
FOUND
FLOWER KING
SEA ROCK
THE AWAKENING
Daemonic abyss
NIGHT THOUGHTS
A Dithyramb
THE MAN IN THE MOON
LUCINDA
Foams the festive goblet full
DIALOGUE WITH
THE LAST JUDGMENT
TWO SINGERS ACCOMPANYING THEMSELVES ON THE HARP
EPIGRAMS
ON HEGEL
ON A CERTAIN BALD-HEAD
PUSTKUCHEN (FALSE WANDERING YEARS)
CONCLUDING EPIGRAM ON THE PUFF-PASTRY COOK
HARMONY
DISTRAUGHT
A Ballad
MAN AND DRUM
A Fable
HUMAN PRIDE
EVENING STROLL
Oulanem: Act I
A Tragedy
Characters:
ACT I
A mountain town
Scene 1
Oulanem. But we intend to make a lengthy stay
Oulanem. Once more we thank you warmly
(Oulanem and Lucindo go out with the servant.)
(Enter Lucindo.)
Scene 2
Lucindo. Curiosity. The old find nothing new
Pertini. Indeed! Your time of life!
Lucindo. I swear to it
Pertini. That's bad!
When I rage inwardly
Lucindo (indignantly). What do you mean?
Pertini. Just one more word
Pertini. Good. But who grasps more than is seen?
Lucindo. I don't believe it
Lucindo. Ha! It might well be chance. You don't deceive me!
Lucindo. You know him? Heavens! Speak! In Heaven's name!
Pertini. You know the boys' reward? Its name is--silence
(He rushes off.)
(Lucindo returns.)
Lucindo. What would you? Off with you!
Lucindo. You drive me to it
Lucindo. Confess to you?
Lucindo. What's that to you?
Lucindo. What? Swear to you?
Scene 3
A room in Pertini's house
(He sits down at the table and writes.)
Scene 4
Lucindo. Why bring me here?
Beatrice (to Lucindo). Welcome!
(She offers him a place on the sofa.)
(Aside to Pertini.)
Away! There is still time; here I am lost!
Beatrice (abashed). Did I speak out of place?
Lucindo (in a low voice). But man!
Lucindo. I'll gladly sit here if you truly wish it
(Sits down.)
Beatrice. Our friend Pertini's often strangely moody
(Pause.)
Lucindo. To all? Well said! You would be kind to all?
Beatrice. Would you not too?
Lucindo (in a serious voice). Lucindo is my name
(Pertini enters.)
Pertini. What's all this noise? You think you're on the street?
(To Wierin.)
(Beatrice falls in a faint.)
Lucindo. Help! She swoons! O God!
(He carries her to the sofa.)
Beatrice. Farewell
Beatrice (with a deep sigh). I'm full of fear
SONG TO THE STARS
DREAM VISION
THE SONG OF A SAILOR AT SEA
THE MAGIC SHIP
THE PALE MAIDEN
Is clouded over
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Marx Poetry

Marx Poetry

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