Flower Fairy Poetry

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Fairies: Fairy and folk tales. Is the Irish mythology real or fantasy?
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. Draw, Flowers, Fotos, Drawings
Fairies: Fairy and folk tales. Is the Irish mythology real or fantasy?
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! Fairy Art, Bunga, Fairy Pictures
Fairies: Fairy and folk tales. Is the Irish mythology real or fantasy?
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!
an illustration of a boy holding a flower in his hand and a butterfly on his shoulder
Fairies: Fairy and folk tales. Is the Irish mythology real or fantasy?
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.
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Fairies: Fairy and folk tales. Is the Irish mythology real or fantasy?
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!
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! Wind Flower, 동화 삽화, Fairy Illustration, Fantasy Magic, Fairy Images, Cicely Mary Barker
Fairies: Fairy and folk tales. Is the Irish mythology real or fantasy?
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!
an illustration of a little boy holding a branch with flowers in it's hands
Fairies: Fairy and folk tales. Is the Irish mythology real or fantasy?
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.
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Fairies: Fairy and folk tales. Is the Irish mythology real or fantasy?
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! Inspiration, Angeles, Vintage Prints, Flower Fairies Books
Fairies: Fairy and folk tales. Is the Irish mythology real or fantasy?
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!
a christmas card with an image of a fairy on the tree and ornaments around it
Fairies: Fairy and folk tales. Is the Irish mythology real or fantasy?
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!
an image of a fairy with flowers on her head and the words, the handbell fairy
Fairies: Fairy and folk tales. Is the Irish mythology real or fantasy?
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!