I do not lull me with illusions—yet At times I’m weak: in evening hours dim I enter some fair pleasance, perfumed sweet; With my poor ugly devil of a nose I scent spring’s essence—in the silver rays I see some knight—a lady on his arm, And think ’To saunter thus ’neath the moonshine, I were fain to have my lady, too, beside!’
They saunter slowly.
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It was pleasant to saunter lazily through the park.