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Moonlight Fancies
by Robert Louis Arehart

Faerie circle, toadstools ringing
Elven children - dancing, singing

Moonlight fancies, timeless dreams
Nothing's ever, as it seems

Mab in attendance, faerie Queen
provides benediction, barely seen

Miniature fiddlers, bowstrings calling
make quaint music - rising, falling

Gaily tripping, round the woodbine
stirring heartstrings - making you mine

Still.  We watch, from hidden bower
benumbed of mind, bereft of power

Elfin magic, calls, "come hither,
join the dance and live forever"

So, we watch, afraid to dance
(Love must ever, take a chance)

(Requested by "laresaharkness")
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