Sunday, June 27, 2010

A Hidden Fairy

A fairy is hiding somewhere near
I'm sure as sure can be;
There's magic sparkling in the air
And though I cannot see
The little pixie yet I know
That soon she'll come to me,
For under a toadstool I have set
Some tempting cakes and tea.

And if she doesn't show herself
Perhaps another day
She'll come and taste the lovely treats
And sit awhile, and stay;
I hope she'll be my fairy friend,
We'll laugh and sing and play,
And dance around the Maypole,
Then she'll freely fly away.

Because I know she will return
As friends we have become,
I needn't keep her in a jar
Like a ripened little plum,
For that would be so selfish,
And she'd be very glum;
She'll come back for the friendship,
And the tasty tidbits--yum!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

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