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Children’s voices should be dear

(Call once more) to a mother’s ear;

Children’s voices, wild with pain —

Surely she will come again!

Call her once and come away;

This way, this way!

.Mother dear, we cannot stay!

The wild white horses foam and fret.‘

Margaret! Margaret!

Come, dear children, come away down;

Call no more!

One last look at the white-wall’d town.

And the little grey church on the windy shore;

Then come down!

She will not come though you call all day;

Come away, come away!

Swinburne, der i veltalende Udtryk har ytret sin Beundring for
dette Digt, har ganske sikkert ikke været helt uden Paavirkning
deraf, da han skrev sit smukke lille erotiske Klagedigt A
Leave-Taking, hvor han selv og hans Aands Børn, hans Sange, tage
Afsked fra den elskede; der har utvivlsomt dvælet i hans Sind
et Ekko fra Havmandens Klage, som har lagt noget af sin
Klangfarve over hans egne tungsindige Ord *).

I religiøs Henseende er Matthew Arnold i Fædrehjemmet
opvokset under ortodoks Indflydelse. Men vistnok allerede tidlig
er Kritiken vaagnet hos ham, og under stadige Studier er hans

’) Man sammenligne med Arnolds Digt saadanne Strofer af Swinburnes
som disse:

Let us go hence, my songs; she will not hear.

Let us go hence together without fear.

Let us rise up and part; she will not know.

Let us go seaward as the great winds go.

Let us give up, go down; she will not care.

Let us go hence, go hence; she will not see.

Sing all once more together: surely she.

She loo, remembering days and words that were,

Will turn a little toward us. sighing.

(Poemt and Baliadu, forste Hakke. 4de Udg., S. 60—61).

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