sing of

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w>sing of

vi +prep objsingen von (poet), → besingen
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I will sing of joy, and of sorrow; I will sing of the evil and the good which lies hidden from you.
And as he felt in his heart all the beauty and wonder of the world, the glory and the might of the sea and sky, he would ask in dumb pain why, when he could feel it touch his heart, he could not also sing of the beauty and wonder, glory and might.
"What I sing of, he suffers--what is joy to me, to him is pain.