The Deep Song

From deep night I was released.

My soul is astonished in immortality,

My soul listens over space and time

To the melody of eternity!

Not day and lust, not night and suffering

Is the melody of eternity,

And since I listened to eternity,

I feel no more lust and suffering!

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