I am searching for the original German version of a poem by Friedrich Hölderlin.
The poem is reffered to by Werner Herzog in the book Herzog on Herzog by Paul Cronin on page 252. Here Herzog says:
When you look at a film like Bells From the Deep you are not watching a film that in any way strives to report facts about Russia, like an explicitly ethnographic documentary might do. This sounds like someone who reads a poem by Hölderlin where he describes a storm in the alps claiming, “Ah, here we have a weather report back in 1802".
Basing my search on the line Herzog is reciting (“Ah, here we have a weather report back in 1802".) I was so far unable to find the piece of writing he is referring to.
Is someone here aware of the work by Hölderlin Herzog is talking about?