I Don't beleive in Fairies

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
Short poem about one day out with my dog.

Submitted: November 24, 2011

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DON’T BELIEVE IN FAIRIES

One cold and misty winter’s day I walked my I dog down a woodland way,

The air was still not even a breeze to make a sound or rustle leaves,

Then my heart missed a beat at a strange creature we did meet

The dog she stopped and stared, her eyes were wide fixed and glared,

Then her head darted too and fro following the creature flying low

At first I couldn’t see, it moved far too fast for me,

Round and round and figure of eight flying low at a terrific rate

Just for a second it hovered still and then flew away at its own free will

Through the trees like silver quick faster than a rocket ship.

Standing there stunned and shocked my believes had been rocked

For when the creature hovered low, I had seen, and now I know.

I don’t believe in Fairies. ?

I don’t believe in Fairies. ?

 


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