TESTO DEL LIED"By dimpled brook"
di John Milton (1608-1674)
By dimpled Brook, and Fountain brim,
The Wood-Nymphs deckt with Daisies trim,
Their merry wakes and pastimes keep:
What hath night to do with sleep?
Night has other joys in store,
skies with jewels studded o'er
Tuneful voices, twinkling feet,
The cheering cup and converse sweet.