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fairie poetry


Submitted:Jan 5, 2012    Reads: 7    Comments: 3    Likes: 1   


rolling hills and vast skies with wild parties that never die

dance the night away dance off your soul

fear not please do not weep eat of my food for you we must keep

dazed by charms enticed by pleasures

never did you notice the hour

stuck in a trance of fairies power

lost from your world taken to mine you will not return for up to seven years time

no feelings no mortal sin revealing darkness hidden within

beware when you cross into our ring we will make you forget every thing

woe to you who seek us out if you dare find us you shall know of what we speak about

dare to intrude on the mounds we meet you are in for a nasty treat

but if we find you to be worthy and true precious gifts we will grant you

stay away from elder and oak or you might find"the good folk"





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