Heather burns


Somewhere In Fantasy Land Magic Meadows


In soft green velvet meadows
quiet lush and serene
pattern a beautiful carpet
near a peaceful water
stream.

There will be little houses
standing in a row
around the houses planted
lots of mistletoe.

Heather's lite the passion
between their world and
mine
planting lots of fruit trees
so our fairy friends can dine.

Roses, pansies and tulips
have lovely heads
fairies use the Tulips for the
baby beds.

Bees butterflies and birds
flying everywhere
the sweet smell of Roses
perfume fills the air.

If I were a fairy in that fairy
land
I'd live in green lush meadows
there I'd find my fairy man.

Submitted: Monday, October 21, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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Welcome to my fairy land.

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  • Danny Draper (10/26/2013 4:47:00 AM)

    There be romance in this fairie land
    for love comes petal soft
    and fragrances on subtle breezes
    lingers by hut and croft,
    where a fairie man can a fairy lady meet
    and court a fine romance by wood and
    mossy stream and bough
    Where n'er sweeter hearts did meet
    Until as one they entangle wows
    And loves bud swells replete. (Report) Reply

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