Treasure Island

sharon ann shiju


Fairies


fairies oh, fairies
Hid behind berries
They strike their wands
And have golden bands

Fairies oh fairies
They dance and laugh
They sleep on golden beds
And sit on flowers

faries my dear fairies
i love fairies

Submitted: Friday, July 06, 2012
Edited: Friday, July 06, 2012

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this poem was written on july 6th 2012 i had an eager feeling to be a poet it was a thrilling oppurtunity to publish this small poem and this was inspired by a girl named megha george she had written a book of poems and after i wanted to publish a poem this idea came to my mind from story and the nature i used to feel that everybody's poem is the best i thank all the readers who have given me marks.

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