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There are faeries in our garden who always meet for tea —Just past the hollyhocks at half-past three.Some come in feather caps, some in eiderdown;Some come in flowery hats, the finest in the town.When the day is sunny, they flit from tree to treeGathering the honey with the big bumblebee;Faery cakes, ice cream and tea for everyone.Do you want a fancy or an iced cherry bun?After tea is over on a Sunday afternoon,You’ll often hear them singing to a wee, quaint tune.Dancing ‘round the daisies, flitting ‘round the rose;But who can keep a faery cake balanced on their nose?When the fun is over and the crumbs are brushed away,You won’t hear a dickie bird: they’ve all flown away!But when the sun is shining and you know it’s time for tea,They’ll be just past the hollyhocks at half-past three…— Time For Tea, by Charlotte Bird.Artwork: The Flower Faeries’ Tea Party, by Alla Yurkovskaya.

There are faeries in our garden who always meet for tea —
Just past the hollyhocks at half-past three.
Some come in feather caps, some in eiderdown;
Some come in flowery hats, the finest in the town.

When the day is sunny, they flit from tree to tree
Gathering the honey with the big bumblebee;
Faery cakes, ice cream and tea for everyone.
Do you want a fancy or an iced cherry bun?

After tea is over on a Sunday afternoon,
You’ll often hear them singing to a wee, quaint tune.
Dancing ‘round the daisies, flitting ‘round the rose;
But who can keep a faery cake balanced on their nose?

When the fun is over and the crumbs are brushed away,
You won’t hear a dickie bird: they’ve all flown away!
But when the sun is shining and you know it’s time for tea,
They’ll be just past the hollyhocks at half-past three…
— Time For Tea, by Charlotte Bird.

Artwork: The Flower Faeries’ Tea Party, by Alla Yurkovskaya.

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Photography: Female Brown Bear In Finland, by Edwin Kats.

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Artwork: Cherries, by Anna Lee.

Artwork: Cherries, by Anna Lee.

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She smelled of sun and daisies with a hint of river water…— Katie Daisy.Artwork: Sun and Daisies, by Katie Daisy.

She smelled of sun and daisies with a hint of river water…
Katie Daisy.

Artwork: Sun and Daisies, by Katie Daisy.

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As children,We do not see the difference Between a weedAnd a flower.We pick bundles of dandelions Just for our parents to call them weeds.As you grow up,You are taught to think of themAs yellow pestsBut they are still a beautiful flower.Without these weeds,What else would grant Summer day wishes?Without these weeds,How would a child gift a loved one flowers?Growing upShould not change what you thinkIs beautifulAnd, to me,That is dandelions.— Shanda Hubler.Photography: Dandelion Bouquet, by Jodi Ulschmid.

As children,
We do not see the difference 
Between a weed
And a flower.

We pick bundles of dandelions 
Just for our parents to call them weeds.
As you grow up,
You are taught to think of them
As yellow pests
But they are still a beautiful flower.
Without these weeds,
What else would grant Summer day wishes?
Without these weeds,
How would a child gift a loved one flowers?
Growing up
Should not change what you think
Is beautiful
And, to me,
That is dandelions.
Shanda Hubler.

Photography: Dandelion Bouquet, by Jodi Ulschmid.

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The sun descending in the West,The evening star does shine;The birds are silent in their nest,And I must seek for mine.— Night, by William Blake.Artwork: Sunset Stars, by Ninquelen.

The sun descending in the West,
The evening star does shine;
The birds are silent in their nest,
And I must seek for mine.
— Night, by William Blake.

Artwork: Sunset Stars, by Ninquelen.

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Photography: The Dance of The Fireflies, by Viera Saine.

Photography: The Dance of The Fireflies, by Viera Saine.

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O, wee faery Playing hide and seek,From behind the leaf,I beseech thee,Take a peek.Photography: A Touch of Magic, by Etheraiel.

O, wee faery 
Playing hide and seek,
From behind the leaf,
I beseech thee,
Take a peek.

Photography: A Touch of Magic, by Etheraiel.

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neveyb wrote: I am now a huge fan of your bog and I wonder what are the songs/music pieces on your play list? --Nevey...

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I’m delighted to hear that, Nevey! :D


Information regarding my playlist can be found here. :)

Hello, faery-friends!I am such a huge fan of faeries and of Brian Froud’s artwork that I feel it absolutely necessary for me to gush over the new upcoming book from him. It is called Faeries’ Tales and is a collaborative effort between him and his wife, Wendy. In the same vein as their previous Trolls, this new volume will lead readers deep into the world of faeries. Humans throughout history have always had special relationships and bonds with faeries, whether loving and helpful or at times destructive. This new book explores that complex relationship. Readers encounter individual faeries, each with a story to uncover, as told by the faeries themselves. Many of the stories are familiar to humans, but the true story is told by the faeries. Similar to the Trolls fragments, the faeries’ tales are coupled with portraits and interspersed with drawings and studies of the mysterious and enchanting folk who travel back and forth between the human world and theirs.The book’s release is set for this Autumn on September 16th, but you can easily pre-order it at the following shops online:Amazon USAAmazon UK

Hello, faery-friends!

I am such a huge fan of faeries and of Brian Froud’s artwork that I feel it absolutely necessary for me to gush over the new upcoming book from him. It is called Faeries’ Tales and is a collaborative effort between him and his wife, Wendy. 

In the same vein as their previous Trolls, this new volume will lead readers deep into the world of faeries. Humans throughout history have always had special relationships and bonds with faeries, whether loving and helpful or at times destructive. This new book explores that complex relationship. Readers encounter individual faeries, each with a story to uncover, as told by the faeries themselves. Many of the stories are familiar to humans, but the true story is told by the faeries. Similar to the Trolls fragments, the faeries’ tales are coupled with portraits and interspersed with drawings and studies of the mysterious and enchanting folk who travel back and forth between the human world and theirs.

The book’s release is set for this Autumn on September 16th, but you can easily pre-order it at the following shops online:

Amazon USA
Amazon UK

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Photography: Forest Stairs In The Netherlands, by Patrick Strik.

Photography: Forest Stairs In The Netherlands, by Patrick Strik.

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Artwork by Benjamin Zhang Bin.

Artwork by Benjamin Zhang Bin.

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