Wednesday, August 21, 2013

The Faery Dance

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The Faery Dance
 
Sparkling lights, twinkling lights
Around they come again
Dancing in circles, in spiral circles
The faery Dance of yore...
 
They come, they go
They circle about,
They call your name to them...
 
"Come dance with us,
Come play with us...
Under the midnight moon!"
 
 
*Vivienne Moss*
 
 

14 comments:

  1. They are said ( and tales from early settlers as well as the Cherokee ) These "faeries" dance at Hidden Night ( ( Now a heavily "secured" gem mine) as well as near the base of Chimney Rock in the North Carolina Mountains....
    There are even "glowing" mushrooms in that area... and people still find the tiny "fairy crosses" ( and odd crystal formation of the Chimney Rock area)....
    Thought that you might like these facts dear Lady Moss...

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    1. Thank you Dr. Theda.... I do appreciate these faery facts! I would love to find a fairy cross someday! don't think I would like to get caught up in a fairy ring though.. they say you dance till your death.

      Blessings...Lady Moss

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  2. Yay Vivienne..this magical chant sparks my soul..every word full of enchantment and musical spells!!
    Beautiful my friend..and the image to match is stunning!
    hugs faery kindred
    V~

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    1. Good morning Faery Victoria...

      Thank you! I feel like I am calling the Fae to join my circle when I chant this aloud.

      I found the image while looking for a picture to go with this poem. It's aptly named "The Fairy Dance".

      Bright Faery Blessings my friend, Viv

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  3. I love your poem. I wouldn't like to get caught in a faery ring either. I'm half Cherokee (Eastern Band, Dad was a full-blood) and I do have a Yunwi Tsunsdi (Cherokee for 'little people' or 'fairy') starolite cross. One legend says that the Yunwi Tsunsdi wept when they heard of the death of Jesus, which is, of course, utter nonsense. Another, more believeable legend says that the Yunwi Tsunsdi wept when my ancestors were forcibly removed from their homes in the North Carolina mountains and made to walk to Oklahoma - the Trail of Tears. Some of my relatives, along with other Cherokees, escaped and returned to the NC homeland. Whoops, I've gone on way too long here, sorry!

    Blessings, Victoria

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    1. Good Morning dear Victoria...

      No need to apologize, I love when people have a story to tell. I would love to learn more about your family and the Yunwi Tsundi.

      Blessing of Love and Light, Viv

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  4. Beautiful poem and lovely image! Lovely way to start my day.
    Have a great day.
    Always, Queenie

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    1. Thanks for stopping by..

      Blessings, Viv

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  6. Wow...such superb imagery! I was there watching them dance...and the stunning picture!
    Pure magic...
    Blessings xxx

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    1. Good Morning Ygraine, Thank you! I love the picture too!!

      Blessings, Viv

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  7. Beautiful my friend! I feel like dancing ;o) I love the image ;o) I hope you are having a wonderful blessed day ;o)

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    1. Good Morning Stacy. Thank you!!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

      Blessings, Viv

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