Fantasy Poetry posted August 11, 2013

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Beauty she creates on the trail

Ride of The Fairy Queen

by Helvi2

A regal fairy queen strides by
Upon a puff of air
Her silky garment billowing
In wisps of soft blown flair

Beneath bright beams of golden sun
She rides through meadows green
Upon a tiny unicorn
But seldom are they seen!

Her lightweight horse is elegant
A beauty such as she
Exquisite in its form and grace
As magic things should be

A lovely metamorphosis
Beguiles the path they take
As blooms soon bare new sparkling hues
Where hoof beats leave their wake

Bright crystal droplets on silk threads
Soon cross the meadow's floor
And pixie rainbows follow them
In sites one can't ignore

When flowers lift their heads up straight
And turn into the wind
Look for the signs this fairy brings
That far too soon rescind

Serenity and joyful hearts,
Will bless those who are nigh
Enjoy the feelings that might be
Before the moment's by

As dusty air soon settles down
So does one's magic touch
So tarry and don't hurry off
For blessings that are such



This poem was inspired by the beautiful drawing you see above. THe drawing was created by one of my favorite artist on FAR Avmurray. She drew this for a friend who was down and needed a smile. The moment I saw it I fell in love with it and just had to write something to go with it. I haven't written too much this year and hope I haven't lost my touch.

The poem is about the beautiful magic seen when the Queen of Fairies rides cross the meadow.

I hope you enjoy both the picture and my poem
To Avmurray, (Annie) I hope I did your picture justice!
My Deep thanks to all who stop by! :o) Helvi
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