Whimsical Poem

I’m bored and I haven’t posted in a couple days, so I thought I’d make another poem. Enjoy! Let us know if you find a good fairy.

Go to a forest sufficiently wide
And you might see a fairy a-living inside
If it’s a good fairy you wish to go find
First you must look for particular signs.

Good fairies step and leave flowers in wake
They make and give freely, they rarely do take
They dance in the moonlight in rings of fungi
With a soft little glow that lights up the night
Good fairies don’t envy, don’t steal and don’t spy;
Trifling not with money or things one can buy
Instead they tend to collect intangible things:
The call of the mourning dove, the hope of early spring,
Good company, good music, and beautiful sights
Look for these too, and you will soon find
A good fairy!


I really like this one! It reminds me of the elf on the shelf book!:yellow_heart:

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Yea it does!

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Fun fact my family never got an Elf on the Shelf, my mom always said they were creepy but tbh i think she just didn’t wanna put in the work