Treasure Island

Johann Joseph Clahsen

Wanderer über der Welt (nach Shelley: The World's Wanderers)

Nach Percy Bysshe Shelley:
The World's Wanderers


Sag an, du Stern, wer weiß die Zahl
All der Bahnen, die dein Strahl
Nachtlichthell am Himmelssaal
Heimwärts ist geflogen?


Luna, sehnsuchtsblaß beschaut
Und heimatlos, du Himmelsbraut,
Wer hat dich, da der Morgen graut,
Tief hinab gezogen?


Irrer Wind, aus Süd und Nord
Vertriebner Gast, an welchem Ort
Flaut dein Flug vorm stillen Hort
In Wipfeln oder Wogen

Submitted: Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Edited: Friday, December 06, 2013

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