La Falo de Uŝero-Domo

By Edgar Allan Poe

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rego.

V

Sed malicajxoj, en roboj de malgxojo,
Atakis la altan bienon de la monarko;
(Ho, ni lamentu, cxar neniam nova mateno
Tagigxos super li, cxagrenito!)
Kaj, cxirkaux lia logxejo, la gloro
Kiu rugxigxis kaj ekfloris
Estas nur malhele memorita legendo
Pri enterigitaj tempoj.

VI

Kaj hodiauxaj vojagxantoj en tiu valo,
Tra la rugxlumaj fenestroj, vidas
Vastajn formojn kiuj movigxas fantazie
Laux disonanca melodio;
Dum, kvazaux rapida makabra rivero,
Tra la pala pordego,
Malbelega estajxaro elhastas sencxese,
Kaj ridas--sed ne plu ridetas.

Mi bone memoras ke sugestoj estigitaj de tiu balado nin kondukis
en pensvojon sur kiu evidentigxis opinio de Usxero kiun mi mencias
malpli pro ties noveco (cxar aliaj homoj tiel opiniis) ol

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