Fairies

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  • dragonfly1023
  • is thinking, once the tip is gone... it's pointless.

Fairies

enchanted night enchanted dawn

cold serpent twists along,


through briar and through fairy wrath

it weaves till magic’s gone,


and sheds its skin and winds its trail

for secret passage to,


the sacred and the guarded place

all fairies travel to…


and now a chance to contemplate

the nature of their role,


transparency of fairies

elusive as a whole,


adorned in skins that serpents shed

they visit sacred knoll,


and tabulate the consequence

of humans and the soul.


then ponder ways to heal the earth

amongst the mighty trolls,


in hopes to cure the deeds of man

lest mankind take its toll.

 

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SavVySam commented on Fairies

11-10-2009

Heavy load to bear on such delicate things... Gossamer images sprinkled with fairy dust are woven through this lovely tale! I wish them luck...

looking4life commented on Fairies

10-28-2009

i love this poem. it's not often that we find a man writting about farries, and trolls. you are truely a poet. thank you

stellar commented on Fairies

09-23-2009

love this one..very wide imagination...reading this reminds me of my favorite "The lord of the rings"

dragonfly1023

09/23/2009

I too am a huge fan of L.O.T.R. thanks for your comments stellar

soulwriter commented on Fairies

08-25-2009

I really like this - and should you choose it has room to grow (to glow)... Keep creating and be strong!

dragonfly1023

08/26/2009

I agree it might be a good idea to expand on the length of this though it might be a bit difficult in the 8/6 format. thanks for stopping by :D

mistymo commented on Fairies

08-23-2009

Wow, I love your poems, you write alot like myself...another very cool poem thanks

dragonfly1023

08/25/2009

thanks for the kind words mistymo :D

The true philosopher and the true poet are one, and a beauty, which is truth, and a truth, which is beauty, is the aim of both.

Ralph Waldo Emerson, American Poet (1803-1882)

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