Andhy Shakespeare


THE CAROL OF BREEZY WIND


The breezy wind this afternoon
Sing a carol for mee
What a lovely carol O the wind
Everything that thou touchst
Drift in fantasy “cause of thy own
The kyngdom danceth in fantasy
Head, hands, and legs dance toged’r
Dance in a lovely rhytme
O the breezy wind...
Let mee see thee singing the lovely carol
Let mee see how thou dost it
Remarkably... 'tis a lovely carol
O the breezy wind...
My soul feelth in the heaven
As if my own fli’th to culminating-point
This soul as if flying to leave its palace
What a lovely carol O the wind
Everything be in fantasy “cause of thee
Thou art the king of nature melody

Submitted: Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 02, 2013

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Revised: May 29th,2013
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