Where fairies go to weep by Glen Bear Smith

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Do you believe in fairies, oh please say that you 
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 Category:  Fantasy Poetry
  Posted:  April 4, 2012      Views: 118


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Glen “Bear” Smith is a retired chef, trucking company owner, businessman, and back to retired.
Born December of 1947. In northeastern Utah.

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Softer than a warm summer morning’s breeze

A tiny bird comes to console a weeping fairy

mourning in the morning of a lost soul elsewhere

The sun gently shines in stream lets through the trees

Broken spirit she weeps for the loss of believers

Fairies exist because we believe in them and die when we stop

Each time a fairy dies the world shivers and birds cease to sing

Do you believe in fairies oh please say that you do and never stop

Fairies bring a glow to the cheeks of little children

They make the elderly remember life at its best

So when you see a fairy weeping give her a smile

it is what keeps her from slipping away forever

Softer as a warm summers morning breeze

This is where you’ll find that fairies come to weep





Author Notes
Once again my muse took me into the forrest of the weeping fairy

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