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The Tale of Hannah and Anna: Another Fairy Poem
Posted by wordsmith, Oct 8, 2009. 1480 views. ID = 2892

The Tale of Hannah and Anna

Posted by wordsmith, Oct 8, 2009. 1480 views. ID = 2892
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Now, Hannah and Anna were fairies
who lived in a forrested glade
and one day they were having a picknick
'neath a Rowan tree and its fine shade

When sudden the grass began stirring
and riding the wind came a howl
and their picknick was certainly ruined
by a feeling of something most foul

Then out of the forrest a wolf came
A slavering fierce looking beast
with eyes glowing red and sharp teeth that brought dread
as he surveyed the glen for a feast

Now, Hannah and Anna were frightened
too late, there was no place to hide
but they bravely put forth smiling faces
if nothing else they'd die with pride

But the wolf wasn't slavering or beastly
and his eyes were just red from his tears
"I've a thorn in my foot can you help me?"
his words banished the fairies' fears

So, Hannah and Anna they helped him
and pulled out the thorn from his foot
And then they all three, sat down to have tea
While the wolf held his cup with his foot


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This post has been awarded 12 stars by 3 readers.
This post is Part 7 of a writing series titled Fairies, sprites, and wee folk. The next part of this series can be found here: The Tale of Flynn and Lynn.

Comments


Douglas
Oct 14, 2009
This is cool. I think I somehow missed all those fairy pieces you posted back earlier in the year...I'm going to have to go back and read those at some point! :)
   ~Posted by Douglas, Oct 14, 2009

Douglas
Oct 14, 2009
And, I meant to add, your rhymes are very nice.
   ~Posted by Douglas, Oct 14, 2009



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