Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Snow Fairies for Words on Wednesday

Welcome to Words On Wednesday. Word list offered by Hilary Melton-Butcher and presented on Elephant's Child blog. I've used all 12 words.


Fairies of the Snow



Catching Fairies in the Snow.

Plants and fairies speak their own language that humans often find confusing or misleading in most situations. Bold and joyful Fairies tend to mix folly with work while living freely among growths of Violet and Snowdrop flowers. 




I hear them whispering to tulips, daffodils 
as well as other flowers known as medicine for the soul
and will cure any ailment.






Most Fairies use twigs for beds and cabbage plants are often their carapace protecting them from wild grizzly bears or the occasional Hessian mannered stray meowing their way through snowy paths along ornamental brick borders of my gardens.



A fairy illustrator that's more like a cross between a courageous to fair dinkum rather than a jokester once cried "Eureka we shall carry fairies away by ship," as they pulled up anchor and gathered moonbeams that could cure any ailment under the sun. 

That my friends once the sun melts the snow it will be the end of the story for all fairies in the snow.




"Well, she's walking through the clouds 
With a circus mind
 that's running wild 
Butterflies and zebras and moonbeams and fairy tales
 that's all she ever thinks about.
Riding with the wind."
 By the Jimi Hendrix Experience




 

Take good care of you and your own snow fairies.



17 comments:

Elephant's Child said...

No snow fairies here. I was robbed.
And thank you for joining us again with your own delightful take on the prompts.

Rajani Rehana said...

Beautiful blog

Rajani Rehana said...

Read my new post

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi 21 Wits - thanks ... I did enjoy your take on my prompts - delightful and memorable - cheers Hilary

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

You are creative using the words. The images are lovely, cute Fairies and beautiful flowers. Take care, have a happy day!

William Kendall said...

Beautiful shots.

William Kendall said...

You're very demanding as spammers go.

Sean Jeating said...

Ha! Lovely, Karen! How wonderful. As soon as I had read your first lines, I remembered my very encounter with a fairy and a leprechaun on Walpurgis Night 13 years ago. Who knows what would have happened hadn't I found milk in my pocket thanks to the fairy. Leprechauns don't take any jokes in that respect ;-)

21 Wits said...

Yes, thank you I just read yours as well! Lovely and the woodland glade sounds so inviting!

21 Wits said...

Thank you! Your adventure on Walpurgis Night 23 years ago sounds delightful and intriguing!

Sean Jeating said...

Voilà, diving deep in my archive, here you are.

RedPat said...

A lovely post, Karen.

Cloudia said...

Thank you for taking us somewhere sweet K

Lowcarb team member said...

Lovely post.

All the best Jan

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Debbie said...

ooooh we are both on the fairy train, a whimsical and fun place to be!! you used all 12 prompts, bravo to you!!

beautiful lights, with flag...so nice to see!!

Unknown said...

I really like it and I hope there is something new

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