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Be happy for the moon of your feasting will arrive
The means of mirth will all be good
By 2 mouths the crooked trunk has become injured
You may say that in this trouble, it will be thrown down.

 

F4 n2

Be of Good Cheer—the sullen Month will die,
And a young Moon requite us by and by:
Look how the Old one meagre, bent, and wan
With Age and Fast, is fainting from the Sky!

HA 106

Be happy! for the moon of thy festival will come,
The means of mirth will all be propitious;
This moon has become lean, bent-figured and thin,
Thou may'st say that it will sink under this trouble.

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