Thursday, October 23, 2008

The Elves Rugs

The Elves Rugs

I saw them among the grasses,
The leaves of gold and brown.
Of dusty green and crimson.
I saw them flutter down.

The Fairies from the tree tops,
Threw down their garments bright,
Gay rugs for the elves of the grasses,
They reflect the dancing light

The elves have given them rug-lets,
To protect Mother Earth from snow,
Warming the seeds to her bosom,
So when Spring comes we'll see them grow


Karin A said...

Beautiful! Love moss and autumn colours.


kd said...

That log looks like a perfect place to find elves & fairies in residence, snuggled among crimson coloured leaves.


Lona @ Hocking Hills Gardener said...

The mossy tree stump reminded me of a great place for an Elf or Fairy to rest and put the broken acorn shell upon its head for a hat. Some Imagination huh?

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