Walther von der Vogelweide

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Walther von der Vogelweide Poems

Under Der Linden

Under der linden
an der heide,
dâ unser zweier bette was,
dâ muget ir vinden

Alas! Where Have All The Years Gone

Alas! Where have all the years gone?
Did I dream my life, or is it real?
What I always thought - was that something?

Under The Lime Tree

Under the lime tree
On the heather,
Where we had shared a place of rest,
Still you may find there,

When From The Sod The Flow'Rets Spring

When from the sod the flow'rets spring,
And smile to meet the sun's bright ray,
When birds their sweetest carols sing

I'Ve Got My Fief

I've got my fief, you world! A fief at last!
I shall not fear the February blast,
and petty barons can be flattered less.

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Walther von der Vogelweide Biography

Vogelweide, a poet and minnesinger(a singer of love songs), is one of the most celebrated of the Medievil German poets, the main sources of information about him are his own poems and occasional references by contemporary Minnesingers. It is clear from the title (Herr, Sir) given in these references, that he was of noble birth; but it is equally cl ...

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