Fae Rose Fairy


With treacle, a radish and bee’s knees,
Fae Rose grew apricot roses with ease.
She turned away blight,
With joy and delight,
And her ladybugs gave aphids a squeeze.

Copyright 2014 Brenda Davis Harsham

Note: This poem is a limerick, rhyming AABBA.

49 thoughts on “Fae Rose Fairy

  1. You are a mixture of beautiful poet and amazing story teller!! Keep up your good work! I am looking forward for more!

    Swetank; Be Bettr, Stay Bettr!!

  2. i was going to say it sounded like a limerick. and then i read that it was. well, it must be the irish in me ) i love the color of the rose so much

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