April 26, 2012 at 03:44 am
Poem, G (All)
Fantasy | Mythology | Children's
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Purple Pixie Ring (Amelia's fairies)
Deep in the wood
in a quaint mushroom house,
there lives a purple pixie named Alice.
She is enchanting, with gold eyes and raven locks.
Her mushroom is covered with orchids and pink phlox.
From her whimsical cottage hang periwinkle bluebells.
The winding foot path is made of pastel sea shells.
Alice is sassy. A mischievous sprite.
She flies with the owls and fireflies every night.
Her wings are quite striking ,a bright scarlet red.
A purple sparkling halo dances 'round her head.
After midnight, way deep amongst the trees,
Alice and other sprites form a magic pixie ring.
They sing and they chant and say incantations.
They flutter 'round their ring, giggling with elation.
The reason they chortle, is that a death spell has been cast
on that wretched ugly gnome, Boris Thornythistlegrass.
The pixies will celebrate on the very next twilight.
Thornythistlegrass is dead at last!
A perfect reason for a sprite's delight.
Alice and friends will hold hands in their pixie ring.
Sing gleeful songs, their tiny voices tinkling.
Then they'll form a line, and have a pixie dust parade.
The sky will light up in violet-red and lilac shades.
The mystical day that the pixies will celebrate.
Last Modified: April 26, 2012 at 03:49 am
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This is from my fairy collection that I wrote a while back. I wrote this for my daughter. I just had to give it a second look. It's fun and cheery methinks..BW
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