0 彩八分分快三下载-APP安装下载

彩八分分快三下载 注册最新版下载

彩八分分快三下载 注册


类型【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1:郑丽文 大小:NMF2f7id35154KB 下载:1oWj04oQ32401次
版本:v57705 系统:Android3.8.x以上 好评:OkcqXhRb40885条
日期:2020-08-09 17:33:08

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Faust
2.  Good sir, these things you view indeed, Just as by other men they're view'd;We must more cleverly proceed, Before life's joys our grasp elude. The devil!thou hast hands and feet, And head and heart are also thine; What I enjoywith relish sweet, Is it on that account less mine? If for six stallions I can pay,Do I not own their strength and speed? A proper man I dash away, As theirtwo dozen legs were mine indeed. Up then, from idle pondering free, Andforth into the world with me! I tell you what; - your speculative churl Is like abeast which some ill spirit leads, On barren wilderness, in ceaseless whirl,While all around lie fair and verdant meads.
3.  And she to him. 'Tis of the world the way!
4.  Despite my length of beard I need The easy manners that insure success; Th'attempt I fear can ne'er succeed; To mingle in the world I want address; I stillhave an embarrass'd air, and then I feel myself so small with other men.Mephistopheles
5.  O'er Ilsenstein! There I peep'd in an owlet's nest. With her broad eye shegazed in mine!
6.  But how are we to start, I pray? Steeds, servants, carriage, where are they?Mephistopheles


1.  Our land doth no such usage know.
2.  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.
3.  On holidays and Sundays naught know I more inviting Than chatting aboutwar and war's alarms, When folk in Turkey, up in arms, Far off, are 'gainsteach other fighting. We at the window stand, our glasses drain, And watchadown the stream the painted vessels gliding Then joyful we at eve comehome again, And peaceful times we bless, peace long - abiding.Third Burgher
4.  Mephistopheles
5.  Ah, in the very middle of her lay, Out of her mouth a small red mouse theresprang.
6.  What super - earthly ecstasy! at night, To lie in darkness on the dewy height,Embracing heaven and earth in rapture high, The soul dilating to a deity; Withprescient yearnings pierce the core of earth, Feel in your labouring breast thesix - days' birth, Enjoy, in proud delight what no one knows, While your love- rapture o'er creation flows, The earthly lost in beatific vision, And then thelofty intuition


1.  Mephistopheles
2.  Yes, small our household is, I own, Yet must I see to it. No maid we keep,And I must cook, sew, knit, and sweep, Still early on my feet and late; Mymother is in all things, great and small, So accurate! Not that for thrift there issuch pressing need; Than others we might make more show indeed: My fatherleft behind a small estate, A house and garden near the city - wall. But fairlyquiet now my days, I own; As soldier is my brother gone; My little sister'sdead; the babe to rear Occasion'd me some care and fond annoy; But Iwould go through all again with joy, The darling was to me so dear.Faust
3.  Faust
4.  Nose of fly and gnat's proboscis, Throng not the naked beauty! Frogs andcrickets in the mosses, Keep time and do your duty!Weathercock (towards one side)
5.   Faust
6.  Margaret amongst a number of people


1.  How through the air the storm doth whirl! Upon my neck it strikes withsudden shock.
2.  Frog and cricket in the mosses, Confound your gasconading! Nose of fly andgnat's proboscis; Most tuneful serenading!
3.  Think! only think! The gems for Gretchen brought, Them hath a priest nowmade his own! A glimpse of them the mother caught, And 'gan with secretfear to groan. The woman's scent is keen enough; Doth ever in the prayer -book snuff; Smells every article to ascertain Whether the thing is holy orprofane, And scented in the jewels rare, That there was not much blessingthere. "My child," she cries, "ill - gotten good Ensnares the soul, consumes theblood; With them we'll deck our Lady's shrine, She'll cheer our souls withbread divine!" At this poor Gretchen 'gan to pout; 'Tis a gift - horse, at least,she thought, And sure, he godless cannot be, Who brought them here socleverly. Straight for a priest the mother sent, Who, when he understood thejest, With what he saw was well content. "This shows a pious mind!" Quothhe: "Self - conquest is true victory. The Church hath a good stomach, she,with zest, Whole countries hath swallow'd down, And never yet a surfeitknown. The Church alone, be it confessed, Daughters, can ill - got wealthdigest."
4、  Save her! - or woe to thee! The direst of curses on thee for thousands ofyears!
5、  Should I advise it else, sweet love?




  • 刘东 08-08

      Then saw I

  • 安重根 08-08

      I would not live with such an one as he. If for a moment he but enter here, Helooks around him with a mocking sneer, And malice ill - conceal'd; That hewith naught on earth can sympathize is clear Upon his brow 'tis legiblyrevealed, That to his heart no living soul is dear. So blest I feel, within thinearms, So warm and happy, - free from all alarms; And still my heart dothclose when he comes near.

  • 赵安源 08-08

       This once I must admit your plea; For truly I must own that we Each otherhave not seen for many a day. The culture, too, that shapes the world, at lastHath e'en the devil in its sphere embraced; The northern phantom from thescene hath pass'd, Tail, talons, horns, are nowhere to be traced! As for thefoot, with which I can't dispense, 'Twould injure me in company, and hence,Like many a youthful cavalier, False calves I now have worn for many a year.The Witch (dancing)

  • 林芯仪 08-08

      Master, forgive this rude salute! But I perceive no cloven foot. And your tworavens, where are they?

  • 邦纳 08-07

    {  Faust

  • 王丽 08-06

      Yes, we'll presently away.}

  • 苏荣 08-06

      Your words I cannot full comprehend.

  • 姚克功 08-06

      I will conduct thee. And what I can do, - hear! Have I all power in heavenand upon earth! I'll cloud the senses of the warder, - do thou possess thyselfof the keys and lead her forth with human hand! I will keep watch! The magicsteeds are waiting, I bear thee off. Thus much is in my power.Faust

  • 宁心 08-05


  • 吴晟罡 08-03

    {  They're off a journey, that is clear, From their strange manners; they havescarce been here An hour.

  • 路东延 08-03