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Seite 271 - Hence, dear sad ideas ! Destroyers hence ! And dare you tempt me still, Perfidious Sirens! in that very moment When your false charms have wreck'd my peace for ever ? Oh, Nature ! wherefore, Nature, are we form'd One contradiction ? the continual sport Of fighting powers ? Oh ! wherefore hast thou sown Such war within us, such unequal conflict, Between slow reason and impetuous passion ? Passion resistless hurries us away, Ere lingering reason to our aid can come, And to upbraid us then it only serves....