My wife is from England, and is trying to recall the words of a poem
she learnt as a little girl. I can’t find it on the web, and thought you might be able to help.
It goes something like this:
‘If you meet a fairy, don’t run away.
She won’t want to hurt you,
she’ll only want to play.
Show her round the garden,
around the house, too.
she’ll want to see the kitchen,
they always do….”
If you could identity this poem, and the author, and point me to the
words, I’d most appreciate it.