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Rated: E · Outline · Fantasy · #965063
Poem influenced by the Bard
Oberon, Titania; the Fairie Royalty
Blessed am i if you hear my plea

On dewy wings and hoofed feet
Bring my lover forth to meet

Into the night I know not where
But let him look upon me fair

Love's wounded heart glistening upon his eyes
Where upon his lap i hope to die

The morning crows do make it known
That in the night his love hath grown

I shall tell the tale should this come to be
Upon human ears I grant thee immortality

To say like Helena I did weep
My heart was cut down way too deep

This this sweet night with fairies I conspire
To consume his heart with love's harsh fire.

End
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