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Rated: E · Poetry · Fantasy · #2227636
The story of the last little fairy
I was born in the orange morning dawn
Little crystal clear drops of water,
Made me magic, happy and calm
Very soon was able to fly and wander

I had silky multi-colored wings
Little ones yet so full of beauty,
Gave me lightness among other fay things
Very soon I was such a cutie

I traveled to enchanted forest, and woods
People's little dreamland and amazing places,
We are all alike us fairy sisterhoods
So very pleased to see your surprised faces

I had a mission: to bring sparkle and joy
Ah little really did I know,
That fairies can somehow annoy
In very many hearts - fairies do not glow

I will disappear and fay ... be forgotten
Little bits of golden fairy dust not more existing,
No more giggles, and sweet sugar cotton
As very many children have stopped believing.



Children: Please believe in fairies. If you do,
Adults will start believing too.
Signed:
Fay Iridessa SilverMist
What will you do to start believing? Tell me!

Word Count: 167
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