Facing P0 THE SCRIPTORIUM .I twill do for the face of some beautiful Saint. Or for one of theM aries I shall paint. THE ABBOT ERNESTUS .S lowly, slowly up the wallS teals the sunshine, steals the shade. THE LADY IRMINGARD .88 I am theL ady I rmingard. IRMINGARD AND WALTER .. .96 It was a dream, and would not stay; A dream, that in a single night Faded. .. .IRMINGARD AND HER FATHER .... 98 .. .M yfather spake .. .T his, or the cloister and the veil! THE DANCE OF DEATH 102 Here he has stolen a jesters cap and bells, And dances with the Queen. THE DANCE OF DEATH 104 Death, playing on a dulcimer. Behind him, A poor old woman, with a rosary, Follows the sound, and seems to wish her feet Were swifter. ..
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