A poem about two lovers in Ancient Greece:
Enter as one, go lovingly as two,
Embrace in awe the wisdom of Apollo,
Jolly is a love braced in golden halo.
From east to west they danced,
Whirling the heavens upside-down,
A serenade coronating their humble crown;
Sprang forth joy, warming the sun,
Their relationship glances at this pious sum,
For beauty and rhythm, describe the eternal one.
Indeed, a movement of two as one,
Vanity gone, the tarnished other as foe
Two wanderlust and delightfully gay Heroes.
Along musical notation they sung,
Swept away from the earthly life,
The spiritual gaiety of God’s loving drum.