|This one was inspired by A Midsummer Night's Dream, by Shakespeare.
Rhyme of the Countryside
Sunrise, day is new
over hills and dales,
briers and pales,
overhung with sweet scented bowers,
and overgrown with oxlips and foxglove, tall, swaying towers,
through ivy, thick and green,
and grass, with a glimmering sheen,
sunlight spill in daylight hour.
Quiet day over foamy spray
water softly gurgles in
month of May.
Birds sweetly sing and
wind gently whispers in quiet daylight hour.
Insects hum fearies to sleep
come moonrise they up and play
with small summer bells and tinkling harp
they sing their fearie queen to sleep.
Sleep, Faerie Mother, rest on flow'ry bed,
sleep, Titania, sleep, for in gentle summer dreams your Oberon comes.
Hope you like it.