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Fairy Lights

by Kendall Earl 2 years ago in sad poetry

Small and Sweet

Fairy Lights
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Fairy lights above my head

Sitting high above my bed

Twinkling in the darkened room

Pastel pinks and blues bloom

Dozing off as they shine

I hear a faint and tiny whine

In the corner of my eye

A tiny fairy I hear cry

With cotton candy hair

And sparkling silver flair

They sit on my thumb

With a broken wing I wish to numb

I carry them to the window

Outside the moon gently glows

The small fairy cries

And for a second so do I

I close the window, sighing to myself

I put the fairy on its shelf

The fairy cries itself to sleep

And so do I after I silently weep

Get well my fairy ease your head

So you can join the others above the bed

sad poetry
Kendall Earl
Kendall Earl
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Kendall Earl

I am a student at University that is majoring in English. I hope to be a novel writer and am trying to work on my writing skills. I hope you enjoy my work.

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