Poem: 'Fairies'

Fairies

 

By Mika Brassfield, Kenai

So swift and agile, across the sky,

So silent not a peep is heard.

On beds of flower petals do they lie.

They ride on birds, glide with dragonflies,

On wings majestic as butterflies.

Fairies!

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