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  Fairy Unseen
by J. Allen Wilson
Tuesday, January 06, 2004


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On fairies wings the new morn doth come;

In sleepy silence, it pierces the solemn night,


as legions of pixies in nimble grace, take their flight.


From stool to leaf, with magical ease, they do flit and flutter


Although they be quicker than the eye, and before my tongue could utter.


 I in the solitude of the early light would hear them fly.


 


For I would lie still in the quiet of the forest green


And watch and listen for these mysterious and unseen.


Yeah though, tell me this, how do I know they even exist?


How can they be, if not ever they are seen?


Are they real, or imagined as in a dream?


 


I have the answer to this if you should want to be in the know,


For they, the little ones, are here and there, and everywhere we go.


And if you will but take gander and lay your eyes beyond the trees,


And with open mind, look in earnest at the evidence that they leave,


You will notice the still morning’s dew…fairy tears those be,


for you will find it true , for it is there in abundance for us to see.


 


With shades of blue and crystal hue, they were shed for you and me,


Tears of sorrow they do shed, for they in unison cry for us to be free.


To loosen the shackles that blind and bind us to realistic ties,


to rid ourselves of un-repented guilt, and free our minds to imaginations glee.


For when we are able this to do and if we be very still, and look with spiritual eyes


 it is then the fairies we will see. For they have always been there for you and me, if and if only we set our mind free.


 


 

J. Allen Wilson © 2004


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Reviewed by Jaclynn Huntington 1/7/2004
Upon the heavens I hast found such delight in thy poem. Such imagery illuminates the page. The child within is most fascinated with such delicate and magical creatures as these. Thou hast brought them to life. I know this for I do feel them dancing about mine chambers. I give thee great thanks for sharing such a treasure with us all.

♫Lady Jaclynn – maid of the poet forest

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/7/2004
Mystically marvellous. Thank you for this offering. Love and peace, Regis.
Reviewed by Vesna Blueflame 1/7/2004
For when we are able this to do and if we be very still, and look with spiritual eyes

poignant line my friedn..superb poem..bravo!!..love it...I'm a succer for fairies..unicorns etc...

Vesna :)
Reviewed by Simon Thurlow (Reader) 1/7/2004
I like stories and poems about the 'little people'. Often write them myself !!
Excellent
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 1/6/2004
Hey, Al, the 60's were good to you weren't they? Acid trips, a little snort here, a little snort there, smokin' the herb, all these things and more can lead up to little "trips" like your above poetry. I still liked it alot, had this acid trippieness to it!! LOL! Don't tell me, this was a flashback, wasn't it? Damn, what happened to mine, I keep waiting and never get any...Peace as always, ED & Rufuz
Reviewed by Al Swanson (Reader) 1/6/2004
gret line allen -

it is then the fairies we will see. For they have always been there for you and me, if and if only we set our mind free.


and so good an explantion too, Somehow this fantasy came into being, those ittle elighted ones, wiff, and swift they are, like you in elaboration said, al
Reviewed by Linda Hill 1/6/2004
I've always believed in the magic of fairies,
my friend. So graceful to behold and lovely
to imagine. Thank you for the kind comment on
my poem. Words such as yours makes me want to
write, write, write, for you give me confidence.

Yf, *Linda*
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