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[*] posted on 3-5-2014 at 09:16 PM
A. 044. As No One Might Say It


(From Weidliz)
Translated by Ed Bernthal

Welcome my youths from afar,
So wonderfully seldom,
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

Get down from your horses,
And sit down at the table,
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

The youth chose a girl for himself,
And started to dance with her,
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

Several times he turns her around.
And then he asks her,
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

Will you be mine, my girl,
My most lovely sweetheart?
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

I will not be yours until,
I myself will feel like it,
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

The youth felt ashamed of himself,
And sat down behind the stove,
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

Hey, youth, tell me what’s the matter with you,
Are you somewhat sick?
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

Her youth said, There is nothing wrong with me.
And I am not somewhat sick,
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

I only did that which works,
As everyone knows,
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

I misled the girl
And now I feel so bad,
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

When you cradle your little son,
Please think about me,
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.

But it is not a disgrace,
Since my loved one is so beautiful,
As no one might say it.
As no one might say it.


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