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--flying in woods--

Glowing watching
meteor shower
on a Sunday night.
Speaking to pixies
darting
among sleeping flowers.
Trading stories
with those
living in woods.
Who wait for us
to remember.
Touching quiet
hear laughter
of pixies
flying
by ones ears.





By: David E. Howerton


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Coyote Laughs so begins his favorite game
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The following comments are for "--flying in woods--"
by bhagwandave

David & pixies & quiet...

This is absolutely lovely, and there have been quiet moments of pixie dust...Hummm, in the touching quiet, how visual...

Robin

( Posted by: Robinbird [Member] On: November 7, 2005 )

great poem
was this the sunday before last?

( Posted by: ilichvladikov [Member] On: November 7, 2005 )

thanks
Well the scene with the pixies or flower fairies has always been something that I found interesting. There are always places in the woods and meadows around here that you would think had something to do with pixies and flower fairies. The poem itself was composed in September 2004 and is only now seeing the light of day after living in a notebook for to long. Just to let you know there are over 50 poems put down by me that have something to do with pixies.

( Posted by: bhagwandave [Member] On: November 8, 2005 )





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