Tag Archives: Faeries
Stillborn, moonshine Don’t look back Soft and silent Buried underground Gentle, starlight Say goodnight Lost and all alone… Faeries gather all around Never a house but forever a home Deep within the faerie hill…
“Faeries, come take me out of this dull world, For I would ride with you upon the wind, Run on the top of the dishevelled tide, And dance upon the mountains like a flame.” —W. B. Yeats, The Land of Heart’s Desire
Soft Sweet Melancholy silence Letting me realize No impressions of sound Final quiet Before the storm Brews near Gentle faerie music Hear their songs sung on the wind totum omnia as everything falls silent again.
Alone I wandered to the woodlands one night Drawn in by a lilting faerie tune Softly and silently I drew near in the hope that they would grant me a boon Unbeknownst to me in one step times three I stepped inside a faerie ring I was caught in a trap of […]
I hide underneath the tangled roots and betwixt the twisted vines I hide within the faerie rings so seek and ye shall find I am here, there, everywhere anyplace you look Please come and take a seat beside the softly babbling brook You see me in your wildest dreams sailing upon the […]
Beneath a hidden toadstool spotted red-and-white a Beltane feast and wine are this faerie’s delight Jumping, twirling, spinning below a Maytime moon dancing ’til the morning light arriving all too soon.
The grass is wet with droplets of dew the sun peeks through a sky of blue… Bare feet run still with the promise of rain Unused eggs to dye we’ll drain Where the flowers bloom, and the trees grew moss the cold chills of Yule are left behind and lost Vernal leporidae multiply […]