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Than I am changed for thee. Thou lovedst me
Say that thou loath'st me not—that I do bear
Speak to me! I have wander'd o'er the earth
PHANTOM OF ASTARTE. Manfred!
Say on, say onI live but in the sound—it is thy voice !
Phan. Manfred ! To-morrow ends thine earthly ills. Farewell!
Man. Yet one word more—am I forgiven?
Say, shall we meet again?
[The Spirit of ASTARTE disappears. NEM.
and will not be recall’d; Her words will be fulfill'd. Return to the earth.
A SPIRIT. He is convulsed-This is to be a mortal And seek the things beyond mortality,
ANOTHER SPIRIT. Yet, see, he mastereth himself, and
His torture tributary to his will.
Hast thou further question
Then for a time farewell.
Man. We meet then! Where? On the earth ?
Even as thou wilt: and for the
accorded I now depart a debtor. Fare ye well!
END OF ACT SECOND.
A Hall in the Castle of Manfred.
MANFRED and HERMAN.
MAN. What is the hour?
Her. It wants but one till sunset,
All, my lord, are ready;
It is well :
[Exit HERMAN. MAN. (alone.) There is a calm upon me, Inexplicable stillness ! which till now