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Once
by Karen Lynne Nivens
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
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A poem on the magic of innocence, imagination, and that each of us carries our own security blanket.
(a diamante poem, shape of diamond
Inspired by lunar moth outside my bathroom window or a fairy, I can't be positive which it was.

 


Once

Upon

A time had

So long ago,

Misty eyes awoke

To see fairies dancing

Spryly in the morning’s dew,

Whilst unicorns nibbled clover

On a hill climbed by giants to view

Mermaids swimming in the ocean nearby;

Snuggly blankets granted us protection

Against monsters entering our room,

Magical dreams soothed us in sleep

And our innocence was blessed

As fairies’ dancing loomed

In stars' sparkling light

Upon a time

Long ago

We had

Once

 


 


 


 


 


 

 


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Reviewed by Lois Christensen
Once upon a time, we all can dream of days gone by. It brings and holds memories in our heart and who is to say many of the dreams we dream will come true whenever. I like Once.**********
Reviewed by Michelle Mead
I love how this is formed like a teardrop/water drop/raindrop, all going well with the idea of past times and happier ones at that. Liked this alot.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
This just sparkles with the gliter of your heart, beautifully done...

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Paul Berube
Very well done Karen. I like your style.
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