Nymphidia, The Court of Fairy was first printed around 1627. It is a fanciful poem composed by Michael Drayton, in hopes of quenching the thirst for fairy lore which was and still is a popular theme... More > of imagination.
The stanzas are filled with vibrant depictions of fairy realm. Many of the notable characters make an appearance, all entwined in a little adventure. The poem makes its way through the ethereal details, eventually culminating in a delightful triumph of love.
The old English spelling is retained, adding to the charm of this rare classic.< Less