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Dandelion Faeries
by Kathleen L. McDonald

Friday, February 13, 2009
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Faeries have been around for ages and My friend Tracy and I put this together.

~ Dandelion Faeries ~


She held some faeries in her hands

So fuzzy-soft and full of light

Bright rays on those glistening strands

The moment was both still and quiet


It lingered there, 'tween fingers there

A shimmering orb of wonder

Each tiny clump of silken hair

Starbusts of magic, wonder


In fascination, made a wish

Knowing faerie dreams come true

In anticipation, blew a kiss

Laughed with delight, as faeries flew


Off they went, each on its own

Faeries, scattered to the winds

The child then turned and ran back home

To tell Grandma 'bout her faerie friends



Kathy Lynn


"Twas magic." said the little girl

With eyes shinning so bright.

I really saw them Grandma,

They all gave off a pretty light."


Grandma smiled, at the little girl,

Cause she knew of the faerie beings.

For many years ago, twas herself,

Running to tell her mom of these things.


"Me darling child," Grandma exclaimed,

Tis been that was for hundreds of years.

Faeries have come to bring us cheer,

Sprinkle faerie dust to wipe away our tears."


That very night as the little girl slept.

In her pretty little room.

Faeries gathered around her,

Whispering, "We will be seeing you soon."


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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 8/19/2009
A lovely fantasy write, Kathleen. Thank you for sharing it. Love and peace,

Reviewed by L. Figgins 5/20/2009
Precious! I'm sharing this with my granddaughter, who loves fairies. Swears she has seen them... Lin
Reviewed by Cryssa C 2/18/2009
light and airy tale...just like fairy wings.
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 2/15/2009
This is very beautiful and gorgeous.I enjoy reading it.take care

Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 2/13/2009
What a delightful, light-hearted, and charming tale of the dandelion fairies. I love fairies and believe they are all around us :) ~ loved this heart-warming piece, Kat. Hugs, Elizabeth :)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 2/13/2009
Beautiful write, Kathy; brava!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. ;D
Reviewed by Felix Perry 2/13/2009
I love fairie stories and even once dated a girl who still believed that they were real. She also believed I was a virgin too t hough. lol

Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 2/13/2009

How wonderful is childhood. And it stays with us forever as her gramma remembers the faeries too. Absolutely beautiful. I've always loved dandelions too.

Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce 2/13/2009
Beautiful write!!

Sandie Angel :o)

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