The Fairy Folk

Fairy Dreams

Come, cuddle close in Daddy’s coat
Beside the fire so bright;
And hear about the fairy folk
FairyThat wander in the night. Fairy
For when the stars are shining clear
And all the world is still,
They float across the silver moon
Fairy From hill to cloudy hill.Fairy
Their caps of red, their cloaks of green,
Are hung with silver bells;
And when they’re shaken with the wind
FairyTheir merry ringing swells. Fairy
And riding on the crimson moth
With black spots on her wings,
They guide them down the purple sky
Fairy With golden bridle rings.Fairy
They love to visit girls and boys
To see how sweet they sleep,
To stand beside their cosy cots
And at their faces peep.
FairyFairy Dreams Fairy
For in the whole of fairyland
They have no finer sight
Than little children sleeping sound
FairyWith faces rosy bright. Fairy
On tip-toe crowding round their heads
When bright the moonlight beams,
They whisper little tender words
That fill their minds with dreams;
And when they see a sunny smile
With lightest finger tips
They lay a hundred sweet sweet sighs
Fairy Upon the ruddy lips.Fairy
And then the little spotted moths
Spread out their crimson wings,
And bear away the fairy crowd
FairyWith shaking bridle rings. Fairy
Come, bairnies, hide in Daddy’s coat
Beside the fire so bright;
Perhaps the little fairy folk
Will visit you tonight!
Fairy Fairy Fairy Fairy Fairy

Bairn: Child

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