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类型【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1:慕慷慨 大小:DilvTI2M13235KB 下载:3sgDcqix42498次
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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Profoundly learned I would grow, What heaven contains would comprehend,O'er earth's wide realm my gaze extend, Nature and science I desire to know.Mephistopheles
2.  Faust
3.  Vile reprobate! go get thee hence; Forbear the lovely girl to name! Nor in myhalf - distracted sense, Kindle anew the smouldering flame!Mephistopheles
4.  Would I could happier tidings show! I trust mine errand you'll not let me rue;Your husband's dead, and greeteth you.
5.  And if to pleasure thee I aught can do, Pray on Walpurgis mention thyrequest.
6.  How thy religion fares, I fain would hear. Thou art a good kind - hearted man,Only that way not well - disposed, I fear.

计划指导

1.  Judex ergo cum sedebit, Quidquid latet adparebit, Nil inultum remanebit.Margaret
2.  The Lord
3.  And even my own head almost begins to reel.
4.  Siebel
5.  The Witch
6.  This displeases you? "For shame!" You are forsooth entitled to exclaim; Weto chaste ears it seems must not pronounce What, nathless, the chaste heartcannot renounce. Well, to be brief, the joy as fit occasions rise, I grudge younot, of specious lies. But long this mood thou'lt not retain. Already thou'rtagain outworn, And should this last, thou wilt be torn By frenzy or remorseand pain. Enough of this! Thy true love dwells apart, And all to her seems flatand tame; Alone thine image fills her heart, She loves thee with an all -devouring flame. First came thy passion with o'erpowering rush, Likemountain torrent, swollen by the melted snow; Full in her heart didst pour thesudden gush, Now has thy brooklet ceased to flow. Instead of sitting thronedmidst forests wild, It would become so great a lord To comfort the enamour'dchild, And the young monkey for her love reward. To her the hours seemmiserably long; She from the window sees the clouds float by As o'er the loftycity - walls they fly, "If I a birdie were!" so runs her song, Half through thenight and all day long. Cheerful sometimes, more oft at heart full sore; Fairlyoutwept seem now her tears, Anon she tranquil is, or so appears, And love -sick evermore.

推荐功能

1.  Let me alone! O'er a full glass you'll see, As easily I'll worm their secret out,As draw an infant's tooth. I've not a doubt That my two gentlemen are noblyborn, They look dissatisfied and full of scorn.Brander
2.  Come hither, Sirrah! join our company!
3.  (addressing the flames)
4.  But from us she something would request.
5.   What?
6.  This, Sir, a second time you need not say! Your counsel I appreciate quite;What we possess in black and white, We can in peace and comfort bearaway.

应用

1.  Oh death! I know it - 'tis my famulus My fairest fortune now escapes! That allthese visionary shapes A soulless groveller should banish thus!(Wagner in his dressing gown and night - cap, a lamp in his hand. Faust turnsround reluctantly.)
2.  How all things live and work, and ever blending, Weave one vast whole fromBeing's ample range! How powers celestial, rising and descending, Theirgolden buckets ceaseless interchange! Their flight on rapture - breathingpinions winging, From heaven to earth their genial influence bringing, Throughthe wild sphere their chimes melodious ringing!A wondrous show! but ah! a show alone! Where shall I grasp thee, infinitenature, where? Ye breasts, ye fountains of all life, whereon Hang heaven andearth, from which the withered heart For solace yearns, ye still impart Yoursweet and fostering tides - where are ye - where? Ye gush, and must Ilanguish in despair?
3.  Faust
4、  The monkey! Is she gone?
5、  This too from thee? The death and downfall of a world be on thee, monster!Conduct me thither, I say, and set her free!

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  • 刘佳莹 08-09

      Margaret

  • 陈群 08-09

      Don't make so free! How many a maid Has been betroth'd and then betray'd;And has repented after! Yet still he flatter'd her aside, And from the linden, farand wide, Juchhe! Juchhe! Juchheisa! Heisa! He! Rang fiddle - bow andlaughter.

  • 颜札氏 08-09

       Forbear, my child! Thou feelest thee I love; My heart, my blood I'd give, mylove to prove, And none would of their faith or church bereave.Margaret

  • 凌霜绽 08-09

      Let me alone! O'er a full glass you'll see, As easily I'll worm their secret out,As draw an infant's tooth. I've not a doubt That my two gentlemen are noblyborn, They look dissatisfied and full of scorn.Brander

  • 童健 08-08

    {  Clouds gather over me The moon conceals her light The lamp is quench'dVapours are rising - Quiv'ring round my head Flash the red beams - Downfrom the vaulted roof A shuddering horror floats, And seizes me! I feel it,spirit, prayer - compell'd, 'tis thou Art hovering near! Unveil thyself! Ha! Howmy heart is riven now! Each sense, with eager palpitation, Is strain'd to catchsome new sensation! I feel my heart surrender'd unto thee! Thou must! Thoumust! Though life should be the fee!

  • 马景华 08-07

      Faust}

  • 官和民 08-07

      Mephistopheles

  • 孟维华 08-07

      Right! out with him who takes offence! A! tara lara da!Altmayer

  • 柴电潜 08-06

       Faust

  • 普拉斯杰尔罗 08-04

    {  Another moment prithee here remain, Me with some happy word to pleasure.Mephistopheles

  • 黄友琴 08-04

      Thy heart by one sole impulse is possess'd; Unconscious of the other stillremain! Two souls, alas! are lodg'd within my breast, Which struggle there forundivided reign: One to the world, with obstinate desire, And closely -cleaving organs, still adheres; Above the mist, the other doth aspire, Withsacred vehemence, to purer spheres. Oh, are there spirits in the air, Who float'twixt heaven and earth dominion wielding, Stoop hither from your goldenatmosphere, Lead me to scenes, new life and fuller yielding! A magic mantledid I but possess, Abroad to waft me as on viewless wings, I'd prize it farbeyond the costliest dress, Nor would I change it for the robe of kings.Alas, two souls are living in my breast, And one wants to separate itself fromthe other. One holds fast to the world with earthy passion And clings withtwining tendrils: The other lifts itself with forceful craving To the very roof ofheaven.

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