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A Fun Filled Sprite
by E T Waldron

Friday, July 14, 2006
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See what this fairy did for people who like flowers;-)


 


Out of the confines of a foggy moon
Arises a fairy with a timeless tune
If she comes to visit your den
Show her you have a kind pen
She is a pixie who  loves to rhyme
Who thinks in other eons of time
When people were gracious of speech
Good manners were always in reach


She comes swiftly like a carefree sprite
Always joyous  both day and night
Her ambition is to spread happiness
She is known to fill some with giddiness
There are times when she must embark
In her sultry side to  play in the dark
Only a few are allowed to see her there
It is not the side with goodness  to spare


She knows all are born with duality of nature
There isn't anyone with faultless stature
There is evidence man did not understand good
Only with bad to measure could it be understood
Our struggle will continue between these two
The fairy can be the means of bringing joy to you
We live in a chaotic universe that is ever changing
It's good to be prepared for all the rearranging


Since no one knows for sure what the outcome will be
Fairy wends her way  around dusting you and me
When emotions stir us up and we don't know why
It's most likely the fairy blowing stardust in our eyes
Sometimes we don't understand why the lovebug bites
It's probably, you know who, she's a sensuous sprite
So be sure to have your welcome mat out to greet her
She will  make your dreams come true in the aether


etw

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Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 7/16/2006
We love this picture!!!! A beautiful inspiring write to make it even better! Now we'll have to go and get a bigger welcome-matt!
Love, B&R
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 7/15/2006
Simply marvelous, Eileen; very well done! LOVE the poem and pic!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Taylor Ryan 7/15/2006
I believe, I believe! She's even visited me of late. that clever and most generous sprite. ...left a little fairy dust in my pocket too so I might extend a little of her magic...it's in my palm now and I'm tossing it your way! Have a gloriously, sparkling day and thank you for this smile!
Love,
Taylor
Reviewed by richard cederberg 7/15/2006
I saw a fairie once in the bathroom falling past the window.

I was shocked!

When I reached out to save it, I realized it was only a dust bunny from the curtain rod.

Alas!

I would like to take a magical journey through that hypothetical electromagnetic medium called Aether/Ether and see if I can find the bag of marbles I lost in Junior High School! Billy "bugger nose" Benson stole them from me!

Dear One . . . seriously, you are truly a rare creative jewel in the garmet of poetry. I salute you in all fervency!

Richard Lloyd Cederberg
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/15/2006
Sometimes we don't understand why the lovebug bites
It's probably, you know who, she's a sensuous sprite

Now it all makes sense to me, and that is a wonderful graphic!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 7/15/2006
Love it...what a colourful place to live!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 7/15/2006
I love this and
'I do believe in fairies,I do,I do!
Awsome poem and picture too.
Best wishes aways
from
kay.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 7/15/2006
Anything with the word Fairy in it I like. LOL Delightful poem about a delightful premise involving delightful folks. Delightful. Okay, I am stuck on the word . . . Nope, shan't (love THAT word) say it.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 7/15/2006
Eileen

A fun filled and enchanting poem..
And the picture is unusually beautiful...
Where are you in the picture sister ...;)

Love

Peter
Reviewed by Miss Pandora 7/15/2006
This is just a fabulous poem - and I love that last stanza - from now on I'll be looking out for her! The pic is great too Eileen. Panda :)
Reviewed by Zenith Elliott 7/15/2006
Most unusal picture but it has a peaceful quality to it. I enjoyed the escape into the words you painted with magical imagery!
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 7/14/2006
Wow...I enjoyed this little retreat into the magical realm...and I also loved the pic of all the flowers...excellent write Eileen
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 7/14/2006
Well...I don't know if I'll ever meet your faery, but I really like and love your photo. Top notch.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 7/14/2006
Where do you get these words girl, "aether", wow! What a great way to grow the herb and still cover it up with other flowers...;) Ed
Reviewed by A PAX 7/14/2006
LOLOLOLOL
love it

I want to be the 8th old lady in the pic!!!
drink cappacino with them! lol

Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 7/14/2006
Many times the Fairy whizzes by and dusts the starlight into your eyes or leaves a drizzle of Fairy juice so sweet that afterwards...even a testosterone junkie falls for the magic and ends up waxing poetic sweetly. This is light and leaps the walls and plants flowers where no one could manage to nourish them...except the fairy and you Miss Eileen. You know I love the rompiness (new word!)to this pen.

Susan
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