Faeries Speak to Me
by Melina Raven Maness Diebold
Faeries speak to me
whispering gossamer whimsy
Their silver lips sing sylvan songs
in a sylphide summer serenade
flaunt fantastic phonemes
as I dream
Author's Note: last night, I wrote this, right before I fell asleep. Might add more later.
Posted on 03/14/2003
Copyright © 2022 Melina Raven Maness Diebold
|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Emily G Myers on 03/14/03 at 03:52 PM|
I really liked this! the way it's written adds to the sort of fantasy in the content. great poem! I love the faeries... (o:
|Posted by Christina Bruno on 03/18/03 at 12:53 AM|
wonderful...i always write poems before bed
|Posted by Sarah Brookes on 03/18/03 at 07:49 PM|
I have a personal faerie. Well, not exactly a faerie, he's actually a gnome called Royston Chugworth and he pinches my ears when I'm bored. He's also responsible for typos when I'm not paying attention and hiding socks so I have to wear odd ones when I'm in a hurry. Beautiful poem, delicate and sugar-spun
|Posted by Beth K Hannah on 08/27/03 at 02:42 AM|
lovely and whimsical.
|Posted by Amanda L Marron on 12/04/04 at 04:41 PM|
Where do you find your muses? Are there any left for me? Gorgeous, I can picture this perfectly.