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Fae's Morning Song
by Katharine L Sparrow

Friday, July 22, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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At the edge of town
lies a wooded grove
where tree branches shade
a fern covered cove.
And in amongst
the leafy green,
there dwell the faes,
so seldom seen.

If silent you creep
as morning light breaks
you might spot a fae
the moment she wakes.
From underneath
ferns wet with dew
she may emerge,
not seeing you.

Cascading dew drops,
a showering splash,
bathe the wee fae
in a blue-green flash.
Shimmering light
plays on her wings,
spread in the sun
to dry as she sings.

Her voice like a bell,
a tinkling wind chime,
that floats on a breeze
and jingles through time.
Listen to hear
sweet song of the fae,
then quietly turn
and slip soft away.


© Katharine L. Sparrow


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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/23/2011
Ah, this is magical and wonderful, Katharine. Wonderfully presented. Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Paul Judges 7/23/2011
A very well structured poem, Katharine
Reviewed by John Flanagan 7/22/2011
A moment of magic, Katharine,
an occasion of celebration
delicately wrought...and that soft landing
just right.

Reviewed by George Carroll 7/22/2011
Pure poetry that should find a home in any child's book. I liked it so it must be the kid in me.

Reviewed by Susan Bergeron 7/22/2011
lovely and refreshing

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