Treasure Island

Randy Hogan

(January 11 / pænˈ dʒ iː ə Mountain Range)

My Fairy Tale


Unicorns, Capricorn a fairy tale story
of my dreams of fairy dancing in trees

Colours of purple, pink and white as fairy
dust falls and twinkles in the twilight

Majestic magic under the cool moonlight
they frolic to frog songs of musical madness

Their wings, flicker flutter under the light
and land on Lilly pads and they laugh

They enchanted and delighted me,
But my fairy tale has only begun
until i wrap my arms around my
Cinderella, my fairy tale story,
To be continued Peace

Submitted: Friday, November 28, 2008
Edited: Friday, November 28, 2008

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  • Marie Shine (2/13/2010 1:47:00 PM)

    A charming, delightful, magical poem so nicely expressed and so well presented to the reader. Well written with a unique blend of enchanting imagery and words.
    A joy to read - wish I could join you there! That would be pure magic! Thanks for sharing Randy! (Report) Reply

  • Maia Padua (1/31/2009 8:36:00 PM)

    magical, enchanting, captivating...
    as if i am in the castle of nowhere while reading these fantastic lines...
    the beauty is twinkling like a magical wand...
    10+++ (Report) Reply

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