Elisabeth Anne Wingle
Fairy Houses - Poem by Elisabeth Anne Wingle
Have you ever seen a fairy?
It's a fact, most never do
They only dance at midnight.
When the moon is dark and new.
Would you like to catch a fairy?
It is not that hard to do.
Build a tiny little house.
And they will come find you!
Would you like to fly with fairies?
You must be sincere and true.
For only a sweet child's eyes.
Could see them as they flew.
Would you like to meet a fairy?
In a very proper way?
You could ask her in for tea.
But, don't count on her to stay!
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