Monday, 24 January 2011

Flight Of Fancy


From her tower, the Fairy flew
to catch some early morning dew,
before the moon in all her glory
had time to tell a sunnier story,
as the day began to break,
and the world became awake.

 Monday's Child supplied the original 1930's illustration by Ann Anderson -  thanks bkm! I enjoyed waving my magic wand over the picture...


  1. i like stories from fairyland. steven

  2. The blue colors of fancy! Very nice.

  3. You've put a gentle spin on the illustration. While I think it's lovely, it's also sort of spooky; that 'fairy' has bat wings.

  4. Great poem to go with a great picture. Synergy of a sort. There's probably a better word, but that's all I've got right now.

  5. Your moondust scattered very nicely here. Love the hints of a magical place.

    Thanks for posting here.

  6. Every little girl's dream , to become a fairy in a floating dress and a glittery crown . Perhaps your fairy will share her moondust ?

  7. Love your Moondust Jinsky and your support...because so many responsed this, how could I not continue....thank you for your comments and your ungoing support....bkm

  8. This takes me back to childhood. I would have been delighted with this artwork (still am.) I longed for there to be fairies so much that it almost hurt.
    Maggie X

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