Fairy Dreams - Poem by Denis Martindale
As carefree as the fairy smile,
Upon her sugared lips,
With chocolate hair for her profile
And almond fingertips,
With candy floss to make her dress
And jellied jewels on wings,
The fairy portrays happiness
Each time she hums and sings...
As carefree as her thoughts may be,
She wiles away each day,
Oblivious to destiny,
Whatever comes her way...
Her black-blue eyes gaze down below
Upon the human realm,
Content that God is in the know
And always at the helm...
By faith, she smiles, her heart at peace,
Like saints who pray on Earth,
In hope God's powers to release
That He may prove His worth...
She sits upon her rainbow high,
As if in perfect rest,
She knows the who, the how, the why,
This helps her to stay blessed...
While she's as precious as the sun
And fairy, fairy good,
She cannot kiss us, every one,
But if she could, she would...
While in her carefree state alone
Her fairy dreams exist,
Her beauty's never on its own,
As long as prayers persist...
Poet's Notes about The Poem
The poems's based on the Carefree figurine,
Fairy Dreams, from the Leonardo Collection.
The figurines were recently being sold on the
bid tv UK Shopping Channel with the presenter
explaining about the famous fairy photos that
led to a worldwide joy in believing in fairies...
Check my fairy poems on poemhunter-dot-com
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