For the Wee “Simpsons”

Do fairies still peep,
Do dormice still sleep,
’Neath toadstools of yellow & red?

Do Elfins still dance,
Do dragon-flies prance,
On lily-pads by the pond’s edge?

Do children still play,
Each warm, lazy day,
Linking daisy-chains by the score?

Oh, ’tis hoped they still do,
’Neath skies – azure blue.
Fashioning, fair day-dreams to store!