DOE IN THE FOREST GLADE


Diana, of the forests, married the Prince
And seldom had been more joyful since,

She did her best to urge us all
To help the needy scale the wall

That separates the affluent breed
From those her efforts might have freed,

Cut down mid-stride as forth she came
To do her part in spite of fame

That dogged her heels until the day
The goddess became the hunted prey.

by D. Edgar Murray 1997.