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Dandelions and Fairies

If I sat within the downy heather of the beauteous bogland That is Mnt Clanard Southern Ireland Beneath a birch ... beside a stream And plucked All whimsical like... One impeccable example of fairy winged Dandelion And as it wove in the soft southerly breeze I shared my breath Just one breath Just enough... to loosen its stability And watched all engrossed, like As it moved angelically Passing the treacherous stream As if my most desired dream It flew I wished it well Saw it clambering thermals Past brown birds and green green Fields What good would become of my wishing well And effortless breath Once it has left Past my sight Swooning flight of fancy I decree in my minds eye It will become Another new born fairy....

Copyright © | Year Posted 2012




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