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Where are the fairies?



They are here.
You may not see them,
but they are near.
Fairies surf the wind
that tenderly brush your cheek.
Fairies are the fragrance of flowers,
that smell lusciously sweet.
Their tiny voices
whisper in melodious
streams of gladness.
Fairies are the tiniest of stars
that sparkle at night.
Fairies are the reason babies
giggle with delight.
Sent from heaven above.
There is no love more unique
Than that of a Fairy Love.
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