Autumn Flower Fairies Of
Cicely Mary Barker




The Song Of The Hawthorn Fairy

These thorny branches bore the May
So many months ago,
That when the scattered petals lay
Like drifts of fallen snow,
"This is the story's end," you said;
But O, not half was told!
For see, my haws are here instead,
And hungry birdies shall be fed
On these when days are cold.



Flower Fairies of the Autumn

The Song Of The Privet Fairy
The Song Of The Blackberry Fairy
The Song Of The Acorn Fairy
The Song Of The Nightshade Berry Fairy
The Song Of The Crab-Apple Fairy
The Song Of The Wayfaring Tree Fairy
The Song Of The Mountain Ash Fairy
The Song Of The Sloe Fairy
The Song Of The Hazel-Nut Fairy
The Song Of The Robin's Pincushion Fairy

The material here is from
The Complete Book Of Flower Fairies
art and poems by: Cicely Mary Barker
Compiled By: Frederick Warne






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