The Wedding Wand

Form: Ballad

If you go down the lakeside way,
There is a fairy ring,
So come and watch the fun this day
And see the Elfin King.
The fairies dance with steps so small.
And pixies waltz in pairs.
The night of nights, the elfin ball,
A time to lose all cares.
The tiny folk adorned in silk
Of finest weave and hue,
Are drinking cups of honey milk
And wait for music’s cue.
A ball to find the king a bride,
A love in magic light.
A queen in lore to take his side
And throne in regal flight.
A dance with clover scented Rose
Incites his eye to look,
She moves with grace to take her pose
And walk beside the brook.
A word of love declares the bond
The pair now join the thong,
A ring is cast by wedding wand
And this will end my song.
If you go down the lakeside way,
There is a fairy ring,
So come and watch the fun this day
And see the Elfin King

©JGFarmer2008

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