Fay Song


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from 'Bridal Song' Percy Bysshe Shelly

'Fairies, sprites, and angels, keep her,'
safe in hidden bowers deeper,
than any harm could ever reach.

Oh found treasures, searching hands,
reaching from those distant lands,
to hold a heart found far lit gleem.

There a Fay dreams of other worlds
where she reclines on silken vines
strung f'm oak tree posts inbetween
limestone cliffs, sweet water streams
in falls of shower'd liquid pearls

How this rare nascent luster mine,
found through luck that seems devine,
all a part of some cosmic vast design
binds two through space and time.

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