The Unicorns: The Land of Olde Fairie
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I won't believe in Unicorns,
I learned the truth today
The dreams that come, with snowy manes
Are stars that fade away.
There's no such thing as Unicorns
I now believe that's true
The magic caught in equine eyes
Is not for me and you.
The mystery of the snow white beast
The alicorn aglow
Is only meant for ageless minds
Not for us to know.
Behind the wintry darkness
And twilights special light,
The harsh bright glare of middle day
Blinds mortals from it's sight.
I once believed in Unicorns, felt special,
Warm, you know
But twilights strange and ethereal,
One touch and it will go
Fade back into the darkness, to rest behind the veil
Then melt back into never,
Where magic still prevails.
One foot I left in twilight,
One touch of warm caress
Of fine white down of horse's mane
A smell of magic's flesh.
To taste the scent of summer
Warm spice and magic furl
The lights of Fairie Dancer
Above their Fairie hill.
Mere mortal of this island
My shackles, flesh and bone
Will hold me back forever
From this my one true home.
I did believe in Unicorns
I did begin to see
The world that came to call me
The land of Olde Fairie.
But shackles are my mortal bones
And shackles they will be
Til Fairie lights will fade away
In the land of Olde Fairie .
All Poems Copyright of M. Loveridge
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