They find the secret fountain and love the sounds and scenes of the pounding water.
Fran Frogg and Brenda Beaver are especially happy at the sight because of their aquatic proclivities. Kate Cat is listening to Handel’s Water Music and enjoying the moment of pleasure to herself.
Pleasure and mirth fills their mind.
What then, if you lose your leisure
With no time to stand and stare.
No time to stand on the top of the hill
And stare the world under with thrill.
Celebrate all you that labor with burdens
Time is played beautifully by you, dear readers;
Play well with your spare moments
For they are like raw diamonds
That will become the brightest of your gems.