I sleep between snowdrops
And bathe myself in morning dew
I clothe myself with hyacinth
And dance beneath a sky so blue.
I delight in a robin’s song
While in dainty Daffodil’s shade
I gather Cherry Blossoms in my breast
Before their colors begin to fade.
I flit from flower to flower
On the soft wings of a butterfly,
And sail away to Everland
on Dandelion’s silken lullaby.
Linking with DVerse Poets Open Link Night, written for Instagram’s @fallspoetry’s #JanuaryFalls19’s “between snowdrops” prompt.
26 thoughts on “SPRING FAIRY”
This is a delightful poem, with lines worthy of Puck from A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
What a dreamy and gentle poem, taking us to a calm place in the morning.
I am glad you enjoyed. 🙂 Thanks. 🙂
The poem sounds like a song of a little Fairy going about the fields of Spring.
Thanks for the delightful feedback. 🙂
Oh, how lovely. This immediately brightened up my morning. 😃
Thanks, Sylvia. 🙂
You really capture the magic of spring, Imelda.
Thanks, Sandy. 🙂
Nice portrayal of the spring fairy. I am glad they survived the winter.
Thanks, Frank. Fairies always survive. 🙂
Thanks, V.J. 🙂
How lovely to flit from flower to flower. This was a sensory delight Imelda.
Thanks, Grace. 🙂
You had me at the opening line 😀 this is truly sublime! ❤️
Thanks, Sanaa. 🙂
Oh I love all the bloom you brought
Thanks, Bjorn. 🙂
This was lovely. Love the images you painted.
Thank you for the kind feedback. 🙂
What beautiful imagery!