by Anslem Gentle
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Because I believe in magic
I believe in Fairies,
Funny you might say,
Cause I've never actually seen one,
late at night, or even during the day.
Why do I believe in Fairies,
In something I cannot see.
The answer is quite simple,
Cause I believe in magic, and things that cannot be.
My mind is full of many things,
Most are happy, yet some are sad.
But when I think of little wings,
my smile shows that I am glad.
So someday late at night,
When you really should be sleeping.
Look for fairies dancing on mushrooms,
They don’t mind a little peeking.
I believe in fairies,
All the ones I cannot see.
And I often stop and wonder,
“Do they believe in me?”
Anslem Gentle, December 2001
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|Reviewed by Hanley Harding
This makes an excellent children's poem! It is delightful!
|Reviewed by Cynth'ya firstname.lastname@example.org
|Faeries, I know are mythical. But the light shining from the eyes from reading this to young or elderly people would be very real, and God would be pleased with that.
Bring happiness Bro. Anslem, and take care,
cynth'ya lewis reed
|Reviewed by Candida Eittreim
|I believe in them too! This is a delightful work! Welcome to the Den!
|Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)