Magical Mystical Moonbeams (a poem)

And now…time for a little whimsy…(and no, the picture doesn’t have anything to do with the poem, but it is a favourite)

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Love Among the Ruins by Edward Burne-Jones (picture credit: Wikipedia)

Magical mystical moonbeams
Descend into decadent daydreams
Enter the radiant slipstream
Smile, enchanted, the world gleams

Stunningly sparkling starlight
Fairy circles, silver bright
Fae fantastic, feather in flight
Lost to the charm and a night of delight


This poem was inspired by a friend who ended one of her blog posts with “Magical Mystical Moonbeams”. Β Thanks Sindy πŸ™‚

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