The Land of Enchantment
By Adam Dundore
Deep in the wood, where the fairies all play
They slumber at night and play by the day
Their houses are made in magical rings
Constructed anew each and every spring
Their world is full of wonder and grace
You’ve certainly never seen a more magical place
Their magic comes from a far-away land
captured in crystals of magical sand
Each full moon they ride on the beams
Back to the water where it shimmers and gleams
They gather it up to bring it on back
Safe and secure in brightly coloured sacks
Back on the moonbeams they once again ride
Through the stars that shimmer and shine
Once again safe in their wonderous land
They begin to unpack their magical sand
Queen Genevieve keeps the magic in a cave
Guarded by fairies both strong and brave
A land of enchantment magic and wander
A land where giants still play and slumber
A land filled with hope and love for all
A land where respect is given to those big and small
This fairy glen can of course be accessed by you
Just believe in the magic and it will come true
Once you have reached this far away land
You’ll be greeted by trumpets from Genevieve’s band
All that set foot on the shores will find
A land that has been forgotten by time
No one grows old, sick, or unwell
The fairies can heal with magical spells
And what will you do on this island so grand?
Maybe you’ll play in the magical band
Yet others may get to play a fairy game
Some others will be given their own fairy’s name
The nights are just as magical as days
By the campfire is where you will stay
There you will hear the stories of old
Stories you’ve surely never been told
And when the last bright star has said good night
You will most certainly sleep; cozy and tight
But before dawn breaks it will be time to go
Because this magical land is only temporary to know
Home you will return and of course you will miss
The magical land that was filled with magical bliss
Never worry or fear that it was not what it seemed
Because when the time is right you will return in your dreams.- Total nr. of readings: 919 Copyright © The author  All Rights Reserved. This story may not be reproduced without the express written permission of the author except for personal use.
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