'Twas in the eventide of June Whilst he didst lay in a pit of despair When a lass fair as a silvery moon Stately sailed his way as a zephyr Yet majestically as drops of dew Rollin' upon boughs of emerald fair.
Heaven's ever fair golden eye Had sprinkled her very last ray To pave way unto night maidens That evermore bedight heaven's bay With luster that in perpetuum gladdens Naked eyes in a way i canst not say.
Radiant hope in his eyes shone bright To potter beside a beauty queen Whose eyes thrice brighter than light Fair like as sails of diamond hewn, Opalescent as robes of Sirius in the night Whilst decamping at the fall of dawn.
Euphonious lullabies into her ear Mellifluously he didst sing and sing, For her to know she's all he did revere. A fair diadem unto her he did bring, For her to forevermore hold it dear Queen unto him she's, and him her King.
But yonder stars in lone splendor Coveted him and the beauty queen, For her effulgence surpassed their luster That as passes a fiend with eyes unseen When the wind is hushed into slumber, So did spy upon 'em with eyes keen.
Alas! As we all know naught lasts forever, The looming veils of night began to vade Whilst stars in a splendiferous cluster Upon celestial shores coyly didst wend; And his visage grew pale by dawns luster, For far off with his queen they'd eloped.