Visions Of Fairies
By the light of the full sun lit moon
Walked I the banks on Forlorn Lagoon
Searched the grey night of interest to see
What strange events lie in store for me
When out of the corner of my eye
A glimmer of light did I espy
At the base of an old oaken tree
Perchance I think lies there a fairy
Ever so quietly I drew near
Every heartbeat driven on in fear
That when I arrive I would not find
The visions of fairies of my mind.
Forty and thirty and now twenty
Quickly and steadily down to three
With my hat held tightly in my hands
My casting shadow did change my plans
For now gone was the glittering light
Swallowed back into the darkened night
As I bent towards the darkened ground
It wasn’t a fairy that I found
At the base of the old oaken tree
That has fed my curiosity
T’was the light of the full sun lit moon
Served up to me on a silver spoon.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|KitKatrina (188.8.131.52) -- Monday, December 15 2003, 08:43 pm|
This poem was great, I absolutely loved it. I like stories/poems that are like this, they're so much fun. Good job and keep it up***** -Trina
|Silkened Moon (184.108.40.206) -- Tuesday, December 16 2003, 12:08 am|
Awesome poem Kaycee! I thought this poem was very cute and simple in its own way. I always think that have this type of way to aspire in a poem are the sort of people you'd think were meant to write fantasies and such. I really enjoyed this poem, it brought a lot of happiness to me! Keep writing, you're a natural!
|Stardustz (220.127.116.11) -- Saturday, March 20 2004, 05:50 pm|
Nice poem! It is simple and yet has the elements of fantasy!Keep writing!I am a new member to this site so do check out my work too.
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