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Nymph's - Fairy Song

Nymphs, born from Ocean’s streams
Dwelling in liquid caverns beneath the waves
Nurses of Dyinysus’s powers who sustains every flower
Earthly rejoicing, who in meadows dwell,

In deep caverns to roam and on the wind to fly
Through dew and fountains and gently singing streams
Seen and unseen, with joy and wanderings wide
And gentle course, through flowery vales to glide

With Pan you dance on mountains high
Loud-founding drums, whom rocks and woods delight
Nymphs robed in white, a refreshing stream exhale