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The Song of the Rose Fairy Best and dearest flower that grows, Perfect both to see and smell; Words can never, never tell Half the beauty of a Rose -- Buds that open to disclose Fold on fold of purest white, Lovely pink, on red that glows Deep, sweet-sented. What delight To be Fairy of the Rose
Just like I remember when I was a little girl looking at books. Fairies....they used to live at the bottom of the garden.
The Song of The Lilac Fairy White May is flowering, Red May beside; Laburnum is showering Gold far and wide; But I sing of Lilac, The dearly loved Lilac, Lilac, in Maytime A joy and pride! I love her so much That I can never tell If she's sweeter to look at, or sweeter to smell.
Fairies by Cicely Mary Barker. I think the fairies are Scilla, Clover, Black Meddick, Periwinkle, Forget-me-not, and Snapdragon.
'On warm dark nights I think I see, beneath the weeping willow tree, the fairies dancing in the grass, on tiny feet that fly so fast. The music is the wind that blows, while fairies spin on bare tiptoes, and fireflies jewel up the night, reflecting fairies in their light.' ~C.J. Heck, from 'Dancing Fairies'