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Faerie walk
 

Oh sweet faerie come thee forth,

I spy thy wings behind the oak,

I catch a glimpse of dainty feet,

Oh come thee forth so we may speak.
 

Hide not from me I mean no harm,

'Twould be a treat, please take my arm,

Parade around the woods with me,

We'd be the talk neath every tree.
 

What scandal twixt the owls and elves,

Tu-whit tu-whoo amongst themselves,

What shock, what gossip, there would be,

If thou where walking out with me.
 

I pledge my heart and all I am,

If thou would come and take my hand,

Pray that thou wouldst consider me,

Your Valentine, your love to be.

 

© Joseph G Dawson









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