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Flower Fairy Poetry
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The Song Of The Stitchwort Fairy, a spring Flower Fairy poem: I am brittle-stemmed and slender, But the grass is my defender. On the banks where grass is long, I can stand erect and strong.
The Song Of The May Fairy, a spring Flower Fairy poem: O magic sight, the hedge is white, My scent is very sweet; And lo, where I am come indeed, The Spring and Summer meet.
The Song Of The Dandelion Fairy, a spring Flower Fairy poem: Sillies, what are you about With your spades and hoes of iron? You can never drive me out Me, the dauntless Dandelion!
The Song Of The Daffodil Fairy, a spring Flower Fairy poem: I'm everyone's darling: the blackbird and starling Are shouting about me from blossoming boughs; For I, the Lent Lily, the Daffy-down-dilly, Have heard through the country the call to arouse.
The Song Of The Larch Fairy, a spring Flower Fairy poem: Sing a song of Larch trees Loved by fairy-folk; Dark stands the pinewood, Bare stands the oak, But the Larch is dressed and trimmed Fit for fairy-folk!
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The Song Of The Windflower Fairy, a spring Flower Fairy poem: Star-like they sprinkle The wildwood with light; Countless they twinkle The Windflowers white!
The Song Of The Willow-Catkin Fairy, a spring Flower Fairy poem: Oh, you may pick a piece, you may (So dear and silky, soft and grey); But if you're rough and greedy, why You'll make the little fairies cry.
The Song Of The Crocus Fairies, a spring Flower Fairy poem: Dance then, fairies, for joy, and sing The song of the coming again of Spring.
The Song Of The Spindle Berry Fairy, Flower Fairies of the Winter: Soon must fairies shut their eyes For the Winter's hushabies; But, before the Autumn. goes, Spindle turns to flame and rose!
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The Song Of The Christmas Tree Fairy, Flower Fairies of the Winter: O little Fir! Your forest home Is far and far away; And here indoors these boughs of yours With coloured balls are gay, With candle-light, and tinsel bright, For this is Christmas Day!
The Song Of The Burdock Fairy, Flower Fairies of the Winter: Hear how the Burdockis laughing and mocking: Try to get rid of me, try as you will, Shake me and scold me, I'll stick to you still, I'll stick to you still!
The Song Of The Yew Fairy, Flower Fairies of the Winter: I sit a-dreaming in the tree, So old and yet so new; One hundred years, or two, or three Are little to the Yew.
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The Song Of The Holly Fairy, Flower Fairies of the Winter: O, I am green in Winter-time, When other trees are brown; Of all the trees (So saith the rhyme) The holly bears the crown.
The Song Of The Pine Tree Fairy, Flower Fairies of the Winter: The elves play games with the squirrels At the top of the tall, tall tree, Throwing cones for the squirrels to nibble I wish I were there to see!
The Song Of The Blackthorn Fairy, Flower Fairies of the Winter: See even now, in hedge and thicket tangled, One brave and cheering sight: Th leafless branches of the Blackthorn, spangled With starry blossoms white!
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The Song Of The Box Tree Fairy, Flower Fairies of the Winter: And it has its blossoms too: Tiny buds, the Winter through, Wait to open in the Spring In a scented yellow ring.
The Song Of The Winter Jasmine Fairy, Flower Fairies of the Winter: The Winter is come, the cold winds blow; I shall feel the frost and the drifting snow; But the sun can shine in December too, And this is the time of my gift to you. See here, see here, My flowers appear!
The Song Of The Snowdrop Fairy, Flower Fairies of the Winter: Deep sleep the winter, Cold, wet and grey; Surely all the world is dead; Spring is far away. Wait the world shall waken; It is not dead, for lo, The Fair Maids of February Stand in the snow!
The Song Of The Old Man's Beard Fairy, Flower Fairies of the Winter: This is where the little elves Cuddle down to hide themselves; Into fluffy beds they creep, Say good-night, and go to sleep.
The Song Of The Robins Pincushion Fairy, an autumn Flower Fairy poem: People come and look at me, Asking who this rogue may be? —Up to mischief, they suppose, Perched upon the briar-rose.
The Song Of The Wayfaring Tree Fairy, an autumn Flower Fairy poem: Like Thursday's child with far to go, I stand, All ready for the road to Fairyland; With hood, and bag, and shoes, my name to suit, And in my hand my gorgeous-tinted fruit.