Fantasy Land of Fairies
Fairies and Poetry
Oh, gentle, fleeting, wav'ring sprite
Friend and associate of this clay!
To what unknown region borne,
Wilt thou now wing thy distant flight?
The Children of Nature
"The children of nature, of Pan's own song,
Here, then there, then thou art gone.
Each breath of air or ray of light,
Each flowering herb and dew of night.
Hidden round all visible things
A fairy spirit beauty brings,
The rain, the snow, the windy field,
The hue and scent the rose doth yield.
All nature is the fairies art,
Only seen by those of purest heart.
Everytime a child says,"I don't believe in fairies.", there is a little fairy somewhere that falls down dead.
Sir James M. Barrie
Believe in the good things of this earth.
In babies and children with all their mirth.
Believe in the things you cannot see,
In the wind, in God, and little fairies.
Believe in your fantasies and dreams,
Never give up on them, by no means.
But most of all, believe in you,
Believe that there's nothing you can't do.
Believe and strive toward your aims,
And you will see, you've got everything to gain.
Several of the poems in this site, such as "Believe" above, are originals by me. Please don't take them without my permission. Thank you