Author Archives: Stacy Badolato

The Sea Maid

The Sea Maid from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream To where I watch on the yellow sands, and they pluck sweet music with sea-cold hands. They bring me coral and amber clear. But when the stars in heaven appear, Their music ceases, they glide away. They swim for their grottos across the bay. Then listen…

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Invocation to the Faeries

Invocation to the Fairies By F.D. Browne-Hemans Faes and fairies haste away! This is Harriet’s holiday: Bring the lyre, and bring the lute, Bring the sweetly-breathing flute; Wreaths of cowslips hither bring, All the honours of the spring; Adorn the grot with all that’s gai, Fays and fairies haste away Bring the vine to Bacchus…

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