Happy International Fairy Day!!

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Here is a poem in honor of the fairies, Flower Bower:

Fragranced wind blows steadily,
Sparkles of magic spin and settle to the meadow.
Fairies dance jigs when the fiddler plays
Under the shady flower bower.

Copyright 2014 Brenda Davis Harsham

Happy International Fairy Day!!

References: Days of the YearPunchbowl, Fae and Enchantment Magazine, and The Examiner.

63 thoughts on “Happy International Fairy Day!!

  1. I was wondering why I was not receiving your posts and through Line I linked back to your blog & discovered I wasn’t following you… I don’t know what happened, but I’m glad to have found my way back again…

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  2. This is a perfectly beautiful poem for International Fairy Day, full of wonderful summer!♥ I’d not heard of that day, there seems to be a day to celebrate everything now! 😀

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  3. Are fairies international now? I suppose they would be, everything else is. I was convinced you just appointed the day yourself until I read the comments.
    Hope your back knows what its problem is now it’s had a scan. Surely all those magnetic field fairies, dancing up and down your spine, must have been able to come up with something soothing.

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  4. Wonderful, I didn’t know there was a fairy day…..delighted to discover this 🙂
    Also wanted to say a big thanks for the reblog Brenda, lots of people popped in for a look thanks to you!

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  5. Wow! So beautiful..I wish that the fairies really start showing up – the world badly needs them! Reading this post just lifted me from a bad mood 🙂 Thank you Brenda and keep posting more 🙂

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  6. Absoluetly lovely Brenda!!! 🙂 I didn’t know it was International Fairy Day! Happy International Fairy Day!!! 🙂 🙂 I didn’t see any fairies yesterday, but I think India is too hot for them, or maybe just this time of year. I will look for them in Norway when I go next month! 🙂 I love your poem Brenda!! 🙂 It is wonderful! 🙂 Big hugs!

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    • We need to promote International Fairy Day!! LOL I didn’t know myself until halfway through the morning, and I luckily had this poem in the drafts because I would not have had time to write anything. 🙂 I’m glad you like it. I wish I felt well enough to play some music and dance.

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  7. I think I can hear the fairies in my back yard calling me back home…
    Tomorrow is a travel day… I get to borrow airplane wings and magically loose three hours 🙂

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  8. Wow – this is great. I need to dig out my wings;). You see, most people do not know this about me but there is a reason why my head is in the clouds all the time…….;)

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  9. oh, i had no idea it was such as special day! thanks for sharing this and i love your poem to them. i think it was too much dancing under the bower that caused me to break my baby toe last night while singing )

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