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  • Fairy Circle The pitter-patter of fairy feet broke through Lily’s dream. Their tinkling voices whispered in a language she didn’t understand. She risked opening one eye and caught a glimpse of small silvery wings disappearing behind her jewelry box. At the end of her bed, her pink curtain blew back and forth. They must’ve opened the window. Propping herself up slightly, she pulled the covers to her nose and peeked around the room. Two fairies tumbled out from behind her mirror and flew to the window. Their bodies glowed golden, so Lily couldn’t make out their features, except for their tiny feet and their wings. The window clicked shut, and Lily shot up and pressed her face against it. The fairies were floating off towards the woods in her backyard. She put on slippers, crept through the house, and ran out the backdoor in her nightgown. She could just make out the glow of the fairies disappearing into the trees, so she followed them. The humidity made the backs of her knees sweat. Sticks poked at her feet and scrapped her legs. Her nightgown snagged on tree branches, but she pressed forward. She needed to see where the fairies had come from. Just when she thought she’d lost them, the woods opened into a clearing with the largest tree she had ever seen in the center. Hundreds of fairies flew around it, just inside a circle of red toad stools. A tin, high-pitched melody drifted from the tree, fairy music. Lily stood in plain view ...
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  • Lonely Ballerina   Ballerina’s dance across the wallpaper that lines Eleanor’s bedroom. Every time she begins to close her eyes, they move. A pirouette, a grande jeté, a pas de bourree around a stone fountain, beneath the stars. The dancers turn and leap, smiling and laughing. Eleanor stumbles out of bed and assumes first position. The dancers don’t look. She spins three times, pushing for a fourth. They don’t notice her stopping short. “Hey!” She waves at them, waiting for them to watch. But they laugh louder, look only at each other, and vanish. **************************************************** Like this poem? Read more like it: http://www.wedbushwrite.com/carnival-dance/
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WedbushWrite is the official website of Sydney Wedbush the fantasy and speculative fiction author. Here you will find her fiction and poetry posts as well as updates on her writing projects and articles from her study abroad in London. Learn more about her on the About page.