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Harp of the North! that mouldering long hast hungOn the witch-elm that shades Saint Fillan's springAnd down the fitful breeze thy numbers flung,Till envious ivy did around thee cling,Muffling with verdant ringlet every string,—O Minstrel Harp, still must thine accents sleep?Mid rustling leaves and fountains murmuring,Still must thy sweeter sounds their silence keep,Nor bid a warrior smile, nor teach a maid to weep?Not thus, in ancient days of Caledon, 10Was thy voice mute amid the festal crowd,When lay of hopeless love, or glory won,Aroused the fearful or subdued the proud.At each according pause was heard aloudThine ardent symphony sublime and high!Fair dames and crested chiefs attention bowed;For still the burden of thy minstrelsyWas Knighthood's dauntless deed, and Beauty's matchless eye.O, wake once more! how rude soe'er the handThat ventures o'er thy magic maze to stray;O, wake once more! though scarce my skill commandSome feeble echoing of thine earlier lay:Though harsh and faint, and soon to die away,And all unworthy of thy nobler strain,Yet if one heart throb higher at its sway,The wizard note has not been touched in vain.Then silent be no more! Enchantress, wake again!I.The stag at eve had drunk his fill,Where danced the moon on Monan's rill,And deep his midnight lair had madeIn lone Glenartney's hazel shade;But when the sun his beacon redHad kindled on Benvoirlich's head,The deep-mouthed bloodhound's heavy bayResounded up the rocky way,And faint, from farther distance borne,Were heard the clanging hoof and horn.II.As Chief, who hears his warder call,'To arms! the foemen storm the wall,'The antlered monarch of the wasteSprung from his heathery couch in haste.But ere his fleet career he took,The dew-drops from his flanks he shook;Like crested leader proud and highTossed his beamed frontlet to the sky;A moment gazed adown the dale,A moment snuffed the tainted gale,A moment listened to the cry,That thickened as the chase drew nigh;Then, as the headmost foes appeared,With one brave bound the copse he cleared,And, stretching forward free and far,Sought the wild heaths of Uam-Var.III.Yelled on the view the opening pack;Rock, glen, and cavern paid them back;To many a mingled sound at onceThe awakened mountain gave response.A hundred dogs bayed deep and strong,Clattered a hundred steeds along,Their peal the merry horns rung out,