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A Visit from a Visage of Valentine's Day Fairy
by Elizabeth A. Price
Friday, February 12, 2010
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This came to me very late at night...

 

A Visit from a Visage of Valentine’s Day Fairy
 
 
Under layers of blankets
Snuggled up with my three dogs
Snoring away, I slept like a log
Suddenly awakened, yelled “Darn it.”
 
With my three dogs howling
Chaos ensued
When a visage appeared through my eye goo
“What the hell,” I was wondering
 
The visage spoke
While still hovering over my bed
“Wake up, and clear your silly head”
To the fairy, I wanted to give a poke.
 
“You’ve been unlucky in love
And that’s a fact
Moping and hoping is no way to act
I’m here to give your love a shove.”
 
Crabby, at best, I glared at this sight
Wondering how to get back to sleep
And still retain my insanity for keeps
“Now really why did you wake me tonight.”
 
The visage hit me with her wand
“You are a bit dense
And you’re always tense
Let go and you will find someone to be fond.”
 
“Love comes in all different flavors
Open your eyes and heart
Was the message tonight right from the start
So, do yourself a favor.”
 
She was gone in a blink
Leaving me startled in the dark
At least the dogs no longer barked
I savored her words and it made me think
 
Love has stages and ages
And can’t always be
Measured the same for everybody
I just needed to open my heart before I became more aged
 
I snuggled back under my blankies
Soon my dogs settled back down
As my mind drifted around
I found that the fairy dust made me sneezey
 
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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/15/2011
Love has stages and ages
And canít always be
Measured the same for everybody

Wise fairy; you were lucky to have her visit you, Elizabeth. Lol! Very nicely done. Thank you. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Inspire Hope 2/17/2010
An excellent write Liz!
enjoyed this very much!
May the Lord bless you!


much Love,
Margaret
Reviewed by William Bonilla 2/14/2010
excellent write Elizabeth
most enjoyable
Love & peace be with you

William
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 2/14/2010
well Liz, the way my leg joint is hurting, I'd trade love just to get rid of the pain, which is driving me insane, loves good though, but if you're not physically hurting, love that, a good timely poem for valentines, letting feelings fly, cause they won't lie, cheers
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 2/13/2010
A cute story, Liz. I like when your playful side shines through the verses. I enjoyed this. Happy V Day!
Sheila
Reviewed by Andy Turner 2/13/2010
Snow White dropped Sneezy too.
I've slept with some dogs in my life too. lol.
Thanks for the chipper images.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/13/2010
Opening our hearts - something we should all do, far more often.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 2/13/2010
VERY NICE!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 2/12/2010
Your visage is wise
There is no one size
But your prince be a frog
If he don't like your dog
Patrick
Reviewed by Mary Coe 2/12/2010
Very nice! Happy Valentine's Day!
Reviewed by Sheri Uy 2/12/2010
Fantastic Liz. Throw your cautions to the winds and go sneezey... :) Definitely enjoyed. Happy Valentine's Day!

Lovelovelove,
Sheri
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 2/12/2010
Oh Liz, this is so cute and made me smile, magical:)
Christine~
Reviewed by John Flanagan 2/12/2010
Some of the best wisdom is imparted in the loveliest, most domestic ways, without preach or ceremony, Elizabeth, and that's what makes this charming and worthwhile.

John
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 2/12/2010
Haha!! Instead of grand revelations you found that you were allergic to the old crone! Actually she did impart some wise wisdom. Wise wisdom? If it is wisdom it go without saying it is wise, so why'd I say it. Maybe she hit me over the head with dat dere wand . . . gotta love it . . .
Reviewed by Gerald Tate 2/12/2010
Well thought out wee poem.

Gerry
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