At that hour when all things have repose,
O lonely watcher of the skies,
Do you hear the night wind and the sighs
Of harps playing unto Love to unclose
The pale gates of sunrise?
When all things repose, do you alone
Awake to hear the sweet harps play
To Love before him on his way,
And the night wind answering in antiphon
Till night is overgone?
Play on, invisible harps, unto Love,
Whose way in heaven is aglow
At that hour when soft lights come and go,
Soft sweet music in the air above
And in the earth below.
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"The advice that is wanted is commonly not welcome and that which is not wanted, evidently an effrontery."
evidently prison was good for him.
1 [U]厚かましさ, ずうずうしさ, 厚顔無恥2 ((しばしば -ies))厚かましい行為.
have the effrontery to do
1 to feel a lot of pleasure, love, etc. because of something or someone:
The audience swooned with delight.New Yorkers might also be interested in a video that is intended to
take us through his mental process when he was designing the PATH
Station at ground zero. It feels like a sales pitch; evidently, the
sketch of a woman cupping a dove in both her hands is meant to make
2 OLD-FASHIONED LITERARY to faint (LOSE CONSCIOUSNESS)
swoon Show phonetics
noun [C] OLD-FASHIONED LITERARY
a faint (= sudden loss of consciousness)
━━ n., vi. 卒倒（する）; 気絶（する）; 次第に消える［衰える］; うっとりする.