Bill Simmons


A Fairy’s Touch - Poem by Bill Simmons

Starlight and moonbeams and dew drops on flowers gleam
That beckon to the Fairy’s touch
Grasshoppers, crickets, they sing their songs
In the night to the one that they love

Fire flies light up the night
Among the flowers they glide
Look and you’ll see, they come gather the dew
They come, the Fairy in flight

Oh how the flowers they beckon so much
For is love that of a Fairy’s touch
They spread their wings and so gleam in the moonbeams
As they so spread their Fairy dust

All through the night as you close your eyes
And as you lay fast asleep
They take to flight and fly in the moonlight
And sprinkle their stardust for dreams

So when you lay asleep in the moonlight
And you remember so perfect that dream
Remember the night, a Fairy took flight
Your dream arrived on it’s wing.


Copyright 2006 Bill Simmons
aka BillWilliamStar
BillWilliamstar@aol.com


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  • (4/25/2006 6:21:00 AM)


    A word portrait of pure magic. It lingers in the mind like a half-forgotten dream.

    Kind regards,

    Sandra
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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 24, 2006



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