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  Tiny Fairies And Spanish Elms
by J. Allen Wilson
Saturday, September 18, 2004
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Tiny fairies and Spanish elms




I laughed at their smiling faces,

And cried over the three graces.

I reflected with somber thought,

at the folly that my thoughts had brought.

For I had danced into a mystical realm,

Fit with fairies perched on Spanish elms.

A place where flowers did wiggle and sing,

a land where serpents smiled, and bore wing.

Oh, what is this place that placates my mind,

with its lolley golly… and springtime wine.

Oh, how too should I explain?

That upside down does it rain.

For it does not fall down from the winking sky,

But rises from the purple rocks

that roll to and fro…side by side.

Oh pleasant and fragrant is this dream I see,

as it removes the nasty grit of my reality.

Yet, I know not how I came unto this place,

Nevertheless, I cherish this visit by unseen grace.

For it is here in this mystical realm,

That I truly believed in tiny fairies perched on Spanish elms



J. Allen Wilson © 2004















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Reviewed by Cynth'ya 9/20/2004
This reminds me of a movie, "Fern Gully" I believe it was. It was then I knew that even trees breathe the breath of God. So does your writing of this.
cynth'ya lewis reed
Reviewed by Robin Ouzman Hislop 9/19/2004
alexandra is here i see, nice of you to visit my poem, your an interesting writer, definitely cool saludos robin
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 9/19/2004
A joy to read J Allen..
Have a great night!
Reviewed by Susan Barton (Reader) 9/19/2004
Amazing! I love this!

Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 9/19/2004
great imaginative beauty. < <with its lolley golly>> :) just loved this phrase. whole thing made me smile with delight. quite a surprise! Dawn
Reviewed by Sandra Corona 9/19/2004
Imaginative write that was so well written we could see those tiny fairies :)!
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 9/19/2004
So spanish fairies, huh, do they all wear matadors outfits and prance around with the bulls with rings around their...LOL!?

Oops did i make fun of your poem Al, I am sorry, it is as always a neat poem, something to dream about or it came from a dream...Peace, Ed & Rufuz
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 9/19/2004
Delightful! I love mystical realms and this poem plopped me right into the midst of one! I enjoyed.
Reviewed by Al Swanson (Reader) 9/19/2004
A nice world to visit Al and always so because we are unable to anticipate all the happenings or even suspect them as in this world, so I would guess that would be a relaxation, maybe that is why you have come to the land of many legends, ty al
Reviewed by Peter Paton 9/19/2004
Magical and mysterious composition...which delivers you into another realm...
Very beautiful and inspiring , Allen...
Reviewed by A PAX 9/19/2004
i love fairy/fantasy poems.......this is wonderful! my highest compliment to you....WISH I WROTE IT!!!!!!
its a keeper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
pax A
Reviewed by Michael Charles Messineo 9/19/2004
J Allen, Tolkien would have loved this. Excellent!!!

Reviewed by Robin Spicer 9/19/2004
I love the rythm. Takes me back to a more innocent time in my life.

Thanks for the memories
Reviewed by Lori Moore 9/18/2004
A true beauty.
Reviewed by jude forese 9/18/2004
well developed imagery ...
Reviewed by E T Waldron 9/18/2004
J Allen.I'm so taken with this delightful whimsical story/poem!
What a beautiful mood setter, it made me feel like a kid in
a fairytale. an uplifting pleasure!
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