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The Tale of Fairy House: another fairy poem
Posted by wordsmith, Mar 20, 2009. 1160 views. ID = 2475

The Tale of Fairy House

Posted by wordsmith, Mar 20, 2009. 1160 views. ID = 2475
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Also written a while ago, actually inspired by the home of the lady hosting the New Year's party I was attending at the time. It was full of antiques and knick knacks, I wrote the poem on a napkin and gave her a copy.
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This post is Part 4 of a writing series titled Fairies, sprites, and wee folk.

A large amount of fairy folk occupy this house,
From rather large and stately to some smaller than a mouse.
There’re those who dress in Christmas garb and those in pointy shoes,
There’re those who dress in greens and browns and those in flowing blues.
From high and low and hidden coves their sprightly faces peek,
From little girls to wise old men and each one is unique.
It comes as no surprise that these far relatives of Puck,
Should help ring in the New Year with their promises of luck.


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This post has been awarded 5 stars by 1 reader.
This post is Part 4 of a writing series titled Fairies, sprites, and wee folk. The next part of this series can be found here: Mythological Creatures: The NotMees.




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