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日期:2020-08-05 07:40:03

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Mephistopheles
2.  She who but now passed.
3.  Faust
4.  Witch
5.  Good heavens! how all things far and near Must fill his mind, - a man like this!Abash'd before him I appear, And say to all things only, yes. Poor simplechild, I cannot see, What 'tis that he can find in me.(Exit.)
6.  Poor Son of Earth, without my aid, How would thy weary days have flown?Thee of thy foolish whims I've cured, Thy vain imaginations banished, And butfor me, be well assured, Thou from this sphere must soon have vanished. Inrocky hollows and in caverns drear, Why like an owl sit moping here?Wherefore from dripping stones and moss with ooze embued, Dost suck, likeany toad, thy food? A rare, sweet pastime. Verily! The doctor cleaveth still tothee.


1.  Thrice be the words express'd.
2.  Come then, employ your lofty inspiration, And carry on the poet's avocation,Just as we carry on a love affair. Two meet by chance, are pleased, theylinger there, Insensibly are link'd, they scarce know how; Fortune seems nowpropitious, adverse now, Then come alternate rapture and despair; And 'tis atrue romance ere one's aware. Just such a drama let us now compose. Plungeboldly into life - its depths disclose! Each lives it, not to many is it known,'Twill interest wheresoever seiz'd and shown; Bright pictures, but obscuretheir meaning: A ray of truth through error gleaming, Thus you the best elixirbrew, To charm mankind, and edify them too. Then youth's fair blossomscrowd to view your play, And wait as on an oracle; while they, The tendersouls, who love the melting mood, Suck from your work their melancholyfood; Now this one, and now that, you deeply stir, Each sees the working ofhis heart laid bare. Their tears, their laughter, you command with ease, Thelofty still they honour, the illusive love. Your finish'd gentlemen you ne'er canplease; A growing mind alone will grateful prove.Poet
3.  The Witch
4.  I in his presence needs must blush for shame.
5.  Cease here to teaze us any more, I pray.
6.  Mephistopheles


1.  Most sensual, supersensualist? The while A damsel leads thee by the nose!Faust
2.  This senseless, juggling witchcraft I detest! Dost promise that in this foul nestOf madness, I shall be restored? Must I seek counsel from an ancient dame?And can she, by these rites abhorred, Take thirty winters from my frame?Woe's me, if thou naught better canst suggest! Hope has already fled mybreast. Has neither nature nor a noble mind A balsam yet devis'd of any kind?Mephistopheles
3.  With that, clasp, chain, and ring, he swept As they were mushrooms; and thecasket, Without one word of thanks, he kept, As if of nuts it were a basket.Promised reward in heaven, then forth he hied And greatly they were edified.Faust
4.  I know not, dearest, when thy face I see, What doth my spirit to thy willconstrain; Already I have done so much for thee, That scarcely more to dodoth now remain.
5.   Enough! 'tis granted thee! Divert This mortal spirit from his primal source;Him, canst thou seize, thy power exert And lead him on thy downwardcourse, Then stand abash'd, when thou perforce must own, A good man in hisdarkest aberration, Of the right path is conscious still.Mephistopheles
6.  The Witch


1.  Faust
2.  Student
3.  The Lord.
4、  Mephistopheles
5、  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




  • 李天羽 08-04

      Happy the man around whose brow he binds The bloodstain'd wreath inconquest's dazzling hour; Or whom, excited by the dance, he finds Dissolv'din bliss, in love's delicious bower! O that before the lofty spirit's might,Enraptured, I had rendered up my soul!

  • 金泰希 08-04

      And Gretchen!

  • 李大扁 08-04

       And, to say truth, as yet with small success. Oppos'd to naught, this clumsyworld, The something - it subsisteth still; Not yet is it to ruin hurl'd, Despitethe efforts of my will. Tempests and earthquakes, fire and flood, I've tried;Yet land and ocean still unchang'd abide! And then of humankind and beasts,the accursed brood, Neither o'er them can I extend my sway. What countlessmyriads have I swept away! Yet ever circulates the fresh young blood. It isenough to drive me to despair! As in the earth, in water, and in air, Athousand germs burst forth spontaneously; In moisture, drought, heat, cold,they still appear! Had I not flame selected as my sphere Nothing apart hadbeen reversed for me.

  • 张泽波 08-04

      In every garb I needs must feel oppress'd, My heart to earth's low cares aprey. Too old the trifler's part to play, Too young to live by no desirepossess'd. What can the world to me afford? Renounce! renouce! is still theword; This is the everlasting song In every ear that ceaseless rings, Andwhich, alas, our whole life long, Hoarsely each passing moment sings. But tonew horror I awake each morn, And I could weep hot tears, to see the sunDawn on another day, whose round forlorn Accomplishes no wish of mine -not one. Which still, with froward captiousness, impains E'en the presentimentof every joy, While low realities and paltry cares The spirit's fond imaginingsdestroy. Then must I too, when falls the veil of night, Stretch'd on my palletlanguish in despair, Appalling dreams my soul affright; No rest vouchsafed meeven there. The god, who throned within my breast resides, Deep in my soulcan stir the springs; With sovereign sway my energies he guides, He cannotmove external things; And so existence is to me a weight. Death fondly Idesire, and life I hate.

  • 杨天成 08-03

    {  Good!

  • 何越 08-02

      The Monkeys}

  • 钟康秀 08-02

      I was confused. So had it never been; No one of me could any evil say. Alas,thought I, he doubtless in thy mien, Something unmaidenly or bold hath seen?It seemed as if it struck him suddenly, Here's just a girl with whom one maymake free! Yet I must own that then I scarcely knew What in your favourhere began at once to plead; Yet I was angry with myself indeed, That I moreangry could not feel with you.

  • 肯尼斯-布拉纳 08-02

      'Twas wine I drank, most certainly.

  • 马扎克 08-01

       Would I were hence! It is as if the organ Choked my breath, As if the choirMelted my inmost heart!

  • 张敬豪 07-30

    {  Spirit of contradiction! Lead! I'll follow straight! 'Twas wisely done, however,to repair On May - night to the Brocken, and when there By our own choiceourselves to isolate!

  • 米歇尔奥巴马 07-30

      Hail precious phial! Thee, with reverent awe, Down from thine old receptacleI draw! Science in thee I hail and human art. Essence of deadliest powers,refin'd and sure, Of soothing anodynes abstraction pure, Now in thy master'sneed thy grace impart! I gaze on thee, my pain is lull'd to rest; I grasp thee,calm'd the tumult in my breast; The flood - tide of my spirit ebbs away;Onward I'm summon'd o'er a boundless main, Calm at my feet expands theglassy plain, To shores unknown allures a brighter day.Lo, where a car of fire, on airy pinion, Comes floating towards me! I'mprepar'd to fly By a new track through ether's wide dominion, To distantspheres of pure activity. This life intense, this godlike ecstasy Worm that thouart such rapture canst thou earn? Only resolve with courage stern and high,Thy visage from the radiant sun to turn! Dare with determin'd will to burst theportals Past which in terror others fain would steal! Now is the time, throughdeeds, to show that mortals The calm sublimity of gods can feel; To shuddernot at yonder dark abyss, Where phantasy creates her own self - torturingbrood, Right onward to the yawning gulf to press, Around whose narrowjaws rolleth hell's fiery flood; With glad resolve to take the fatal leap, Thoughdanger threaten thee, to sink in endless sleep! Pure crystal goblet! forth Idraw thee now, From out thine antiquated case, where thou Forgotten hastreposed for many a year! Oft at my father's revels thou didst shine, To gladthe earnest guests was thine, As each to other passed the generous cheer. Thegorgeous brede of figures, quaintly wrought, Which he who quaff'd must firstin rhyme expound, Then drain the goblet at one draught profound, Hath nightsof boyhood to fond memory brought. I to my neighbour shall not reach theenow, Nor on thy rich device shall I my cunning show. Here is a juice, makesdrunk without delay; Its dark brown flood thy crystal round doth fill; Let thislast draught, the product of my skill, My own free choice, be quaff'd withresolute will, A solemn festive greeting, to the coming day!(He places the goblet to his mouth.)