On the parlor mantel of a farmhouse stood little China shepherdess.
Upon this delightful object the shepherdess gazed with an unwearied regard.
The play was about two persons who were not allowed to marry, and the shepherdess cried, for it seemed so like her own story.
The heart of the shepherdess had instinctively vibrated to the praises of simplicity.
The shepherdess sat by the side of a ditch, and made a wreath of flowers.
She was a shepherdess to the core, and hated the poor "Packhorse."
If I had only thought of it, I might have been a real valentine, too, regretfully said the shepherdess.
Need then rendered me shepherdess, need renders me sempstress.
M. Michelet, indeed, says that La Pucelle was not a shepherdess.
This we shall find in Mozart's composition; certainly not in Weisse's shepherdess.