Pities me not for this grand food ere served;
Sounded upon ye enjoys the company forth,
Stares at thine while those eyes me cheat,
Plays the favouring song and charms me so,
Solitude our enemy towards her beguiling rest;
Frees herself as the bird towards the sky endure,
Shuns me and all around for always her keys unfold,
For Cupid only throws the dart from hence unto,
Dances for us through the waters and trees forever,
Endured aloud for our relished Happiness beyond,
At long last did not I return home and find ye in wake,
To have ye by my side is only for Life to endure us both.

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