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Fuchsia Dancing Ladies - Dorothea Barth ©2014 Fallbrook CAL USA

August 29th, 2014

 

Fortunate the fairy

Who calls this flower home

Fuchsia dancing ladies

At play in fertile loam

 

Their gleeful floral spell spills forth

So all will dance along

And circling ’round in revelry

Become alive and strong

See Me Now - Dorothea Barth ©2014 Fallbrook CAL USA

August 29th, 2014

 

 

See me now or see me not

Such is the fairy’s way

We long to find them in the glen

To join their elfin play

 

While slyly hidden from our view

They teach us how to see

Kaleidoscopic colors

By offering nature’s key

 

And in the searching we begin

To drink the splendor that abounds

Each season’s cornucopia

The magic that surrounds

 

Effervescent Surge - Dorothea Barth ©2014 Fallbrook CAL USA

August 29th, 2014

 

Effervescent Surge

 

 

Tenacious twine that binds us

To our daily care

Of late has gone a-wandering

Is hardly even there

 

And spirits that eluded me

So suddenly emerge

Swift faeries with ethereal wings

An effervescent surge

Blue Fairy - 2014©Deborah Shepard Yelm USA

June 30th, 2014

Blue Fairy’s magic is  drawn by edged waning moon

Thundering clouds heard in the rafters

Crisp saddled morning brings tears to the young maiden

Her love is flames who spirit appears

Mystically tints each frog moon

Glowing gently in unabridged calm

Unique tailed sunsets, she can appear, the mermaid girl

Lost awaiting his human form, she to form the blue fairy

Surrounded in splendor life

She dries her tears by the waterfalls sadly

On the far edge reigns hidden images of he

Painted in wings of glory, their beautiful tender love story

She paints the doorway to their new being

Breath-taking captive in endless rivers flowing, soft slowing

She will wait each night for his wings to show

Each caressed door shall be their castle light

In Faerie Glade - John Bliven Morin © 2010 Hawaii USA

May 21st, 2014

 

 

Sun sinks quickly -

Red-yellow fellow -

Twilight spreads shade

Like a blanket,

Dotted and mottled,

In Faerie Glade.

 

Faeries on butterflies

Utter cries, flutter by,

On summer breeze,

Among the blossoms, 

So easily, teasily,

Of apple trees.

 

Pixies on fireflies,

Dashing and flashing,

On summer air;

Like flickering stars,

Wee lights in flight,

Everywhere

 

Gnomes on frog-steeds,

Giddily on water-lillies,

Race here and yond;

Dashing and splashing

Madly, pad to pad,

Across the pond.

 

Moon goddess sends

Gentle beams, dreams,

While magick ones play;

Mortals sleep deeply, unaware, 

Night features creatures

Immortal and fey.

 

Elven horns sounding,

Blowing, night’s going;

All creatures bade,

Time to go home!

Hide where you abide,

In Faerie Glade!

 

Copyright (C) 2010 by John Bliven Morin

Fairy Charity © Myrea Pettit

Fairy Charity © Myrea Pettit

Come to Life - Dorothea Barth ©2014 Fallbrook CAL USA

May 14th, 2014
Come to Life

Come to Life

The fairy in the flowerpot
That swings amidst the birch
Entices me to stay a while
Beneath her silver perch

Be at rest, she seems to sing
Abandon worldly strife
Absorb the summer magic
And see me come to life
by Dorothea Barth ©2014

 

 

Believe - S.K.Lindeman2014©NY USA

April 5th, 2014

The charm of a child
The wiles of the world
to innocently follow
in the wake of a pearl
dashed by a moment
deep in the sea
a mermaid releases
one onus
“Believe.”

2014 ©

S.K. Lindeman

Sweet Pea Fairy

Sweet Pea Fairy

On Crinkled Blooms - : Dorothea Barth ©2014 Fallbrook CAL USA

April 5th, 2014

Like sunny eggs on wind afloat
Such pleasures they invite
The faeries find their bliss today
On crinkled blooms alight

Spring’s splendid exclamation
Observe the poppy fae
Delight in new beginnings
And cast our cares away!

By Dorothea Barth ©2014

Matilija-Poppy-©Dorothy-Barth

Matilija-Poppy-©Dorothy-Barth

The Teddy Bears’ Ball - John Bliven Morin © 2014 Hawaii USA

March 17th, 2014

The Teddy Bears’ Ball

 

I went to the teddy bear ball

There were teddy bears large and small

The fairies played tunes

On flutes and bassoons

And a fiddler from Cisalpine Gaul

.

There were brown bears and black ones

And surely no slack ones

Of pandas and polars

With bright, shiny molars

And even a duck with a quack

.

A koala sang tunes from down under

And then, to everyone’s wonder

He stole a big kiss

From a pretty young miss

But she didn’t mind his bold blunder

.

Before the next breaking of dawn

The fairies and music were gone

The festivities ended

And homeward they wended

To each’s sweet child, with a yawn

.

“ The Teddy Bears’ Ball “  .  03-16-14  .  John Bliven Morin ©

David’s darling fairies - Tracy R.Cardinet©2014 CAL USA

March 11th, 2014

David’s darling fairies

His daughters and his wife

Flitting here and flying there

And coloring his life

.

David’s darling fairies

So winsome and so fair

Ever faithful, at his side

Showing that they care

.

David’s darling fairies

One teeny fay, brand-new

Making fairies with her laugh

She’s Grandpa’s girl, it’s true

.

David’s darling fairies

How blessed he is to be

Surrounded by such loving hearts

For all the world to see

.

David’s darling fairies

So talented, each one

Wings or no, where’re they go

They bring along the sun

.

David’s darling fairies

How simple life can be

Love and laughter, ever after

For all eternity

.

“ David’s Darling Fairies “ . 03-11-14 . t.r. cardinet ©

David's Fairies

David’s Fairies

Mizpah - Jo Riché2014©Collection of Poems

March 2nd, 2014

All is quite in the fairy’s pond - 2014©Deborah Shepard Yelm USA

February 25th, 2014

All is quite in the fairy’s pond , each starlight ballerina in plight
Nights fully beauty seen at night
I shall create sculptural lights
Platinum designs just to the right

Hush little one away human child
Crafted in the middle of the forest mystical creatures dancing
Illuminate while each one is enchanted, piano keys play
Misty quite soft accents trail in each garden of spectacular auras

Flawless porcelain tranquil beaches in hemlock rain wash appears
Glittering waterfalls with roses blossoms is where we may be
Delicate ink blots of hummingbird teas
Floating in gossamer wings natures living lights show

Let the Angels Ask Me - S.K.Lindeman2014©NY USA

February 24th, 2014

Let the angels ask me
It is not too much
To feel their presence
In the wind
Their wings bear tenderness
No question is too telling
No answer is too far
For one who dwells
In truth
Shall know
See angels in the stars.

s.k. lindeman

Night with her Train of Stars

Night with her Train of Stars

Softly Flew a Fairy’s Dream - S.K.Lindeman2014©NY USA

January 21st, 2014

Softly flew
A fairy’s dream
Silver skies float
O’er the seas
Wind’s winged wonder
Orb’s golden reign
Touched by heaven
Gleaned by day.

S.K. Lindeman2014©

You Don’t Have to be a Christian to Love Christmas - John Bliven Morin © 2009 Hawaii USA

January 2nd, 2014

You don’t have to be a Christian to love Christmas,
It’s a festival for all the girls and boys;
Even Buddha, meditatin’ can hardly bear the waitin’
For jolly Santa and his bag of toys.

You don’t have to be a Christian to love Christmas,
It’s such fun to decorate the Christmas tree;
The Shinto in Japan and the kids of the Koran,
Their eyes light up when all the gifts they see.

You don’t have to be a Christian to love Christmas,
It’s a holiday for all the world to share;
The Druid and the Jain and the atheist down the lane
Are wrapping gifts for family everywhere.

You don’t have to be a Christian to love Christmas,
There’s a friendliness in everyone you meet;
The Hindu and the Wiccan can bake a sumptious chicken
And invite the Jewish family down the street!

Copyright (C) 2009 by John Bliven Morin