Ronald Ross, Fables and satires, Londres, Harrison, 1928, p.4
The Frog, the Fairy, and the Moon.
The Frog that loved the Changing Star
Was workship’d by a Fairy,
Who made for him a waistcoat trim
Of silk and satin, soft and airy,
Button’d with eyes of fireflies
In manner military.
And more to move his languid love
A crimson cap she made him,
According to many, plumed with antennae
Of moths that rob the flowert’s honey ;
And with her kisses, lover’s money,
For that she gave she paid him.
She fed him, too, till he was blue,
With endearing terms on caddis worms ;