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THE PAINTED VASE, by            
First Line: La rosalba disdaining for a day his paints and / brushes
Last Line: They dance around a lake on which the leaves of autumn fall.
Subject(s): Dancing & Dancers; Hearts; Love; Relationships


La Rosalba disdaining for a day his paints and brushes,
Took up a drop of gold.
One single drop of gold;
With it he drew upon the flank of this great antique vase, the muses nine.
He drew well their floating gowns, their merry scattered locks,
Their out-stretched hands that seek each other.
Within this vase of antique crystal, nobly lined, I pour liqueur of Dansig.
The nine bright muses dance faster. They dance round and round.
They dance around a lake on which the leaves of autumn fall.





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