The Feast at Solhoug eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 50 pages of information about The Feast at Solhoug.

GUDMUND.

Signe—­my wife!  See, the morning glow! 
’Tis the morning of our young love.  Rejoice!

SIGNE.

All my fairest of dreams and of memories I owe
To the strains of thy harp and the sound of thy voice. 
My noble minstrel, to joy or sadness
Tune thou that harp as seems thee best;
There are chords, believe me, within my breast
To answer to thine, or of woe or of gladness.

CHORUS OF MEN AND WOMEN.

Over the earth keeps watch the eye of light,
Guardeth lovingly the good man’s ways,
Sheddeth round him its consoling rays;—­
Praise be to the Lord in heaven’s height!

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