Mariya Shostak


A Fairies Whisper - Poem by Mariya Shostak

I heard it late one night
Talking quietly so he wouldn't
Wake my sister who is a screamer
Or even me

He had a friend so he could talk
And lonely he would never be
He talked of friends and little children
And of fairies dancing merrily

I then turned, but quietly
So as not to frighten him
I then looked and was so awed
At his majesty

He had wings of pure silver
Silky wings on his back
He had hair, a raven black
And his eyes were emeralds

His tunic was of silky softness
The color was a radiant blue
And white cuffs the tunic had
So fantastic that it was

His little friend was a mouse
So white, like brand new snow
Around his neck was a chain
Made of pearls, fit for kings

The fairy whispered all that night
The little mouse with him stayed
And so I lay on my bed and
Listened to him chattering
Hoping he would never leave


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 29, 2012



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