His Dear Lady Oh So Fair
What soft words spoken lured him to her waiting breast?
Thru wooded den and forest glade
What sounds did he bequeath upon her eager ear?
His soft, loving whispered words of joy
Which brought her hand and heart to rest
In such sweet slumber she was blessed?
Meeting in wooded valley of lovely Paradise
The music of two united souls- dearer itself than life
She would tremble at his feet, so immersed in love so sweet
When eyes did meet, twas' love at first sight
Their love so exquisite, so precious to youthful hearts
With kindly eyes they both did speak
Worthy of one another, were their hearts- their souls
Ah, but one must treasure such a gift, such beauty
Albeit neither had loved with love so innocent, so full
Cherishing one another in grace and beauty rare
Lingering forever in the enchantment of true love
Treasured love between a goodly youth -and his dear lady oh so fair