Monday, February 28, 2011

Microfiction Monday: A Fairy Tale








Clever Susan at Microfiction Monday asks us to elucidate on the photo she provides in 140 characters or less.



 

With 120 characters, here is my take on this week's prompt.... 
 
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Part fairy dust and angel dreams,
                 our nights are wrapped in elfin schemes.
Come sunrise and the break of day,
                like fairy dust, they've blown away...
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21 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Is that fairy hotwiring and stealing that shoe?

Deborah said...

A beautiful one, just lovely!

Peggy said...

Really beautifully done!
I loved this!

David said...

A rags to riches story in only 120 characters Hoorah!

Jinksy said...

A delightful little rhyme - my kind of thinking!

jabblog said...

Lovely little rhyme - very sweet.

Sherry Blue Sky said...

I love it. Very sweet!

Ashling said...

What a sweet, magical little poem!

Kay L. Davies said...

So lovely, Lynette.
Love the picture of you and the dog!
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

izzy said...

Oh yes great rhyme ! thanks for playing and visiting-

adrielleroyale said...

A lovely take on it indeed! :)

Granny Kate said...

I like this -- unique and sweetly said.

sylviamorice said...

Ohh...this one made me smile...always nice to have a positive MM in the midst of all the gloomy-gus ones...

Susan Fobes said...

Love the poetry this week!

Pooch said...

Very sweet. Lovely sentiment.

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Pat said...

Oh, I love your poem! It captures childhood innocence and fun.

Judy Sheldon-Walker said...

Such a fanciful and playful poem.

SouthLakesMom said...

Sounds like one of those early mornings where you stretch luxuriously, and try to go back to those elfin dreams. mmmmm

Rekha said...

Really beautiful and so true....elusive dreams.

Margaret said...

A lovely, lilting melody here. Very original.

Karen said...

Absolutely love your microfiction! I agree with Margaret, it's quite melodious! :>