Fairy Stones

Fairy Stones

A Poem by Cat McGee

Come with me to the fairy stones

Elfin flutes and harps will play.

We've only this one chance

To dance the night away.


Hand in hand we'll run

'Til we hear the Sidhe sing,

"Come to us mortal children,

Come and dance with ethereal beings."


Amongst the Folk we'll play

But a warning-dear heart believe-

Be wary of food and drink

Should you ever wish to leave.


For though the Fae are

Beautiful and bright,

They are also cruel

And filled with wicked spite.


Be wary of their kisses, my love.

Recall Thomas under the Eildon Tree.

Seven years he paid

For each kiss to the Fairy Queen.


Come with me to the fairy stones

Where we'll revel in exotic ways

'Til the rising of the morning sun,

'Til they command us be gone.


In silence, we'll return to our beds,

The fairy music still playing in our heads.

And as we sleep we'll dream

Of the night the Fae beckoned us,

"Come to us. Come play and sing."

© 2013 Cat McGee

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Added on January 31, 2013
Last Updated on January 31, 2013
Tags: poetry, fae, fairy, mystical, mythical


Cat McGee
Cat McGee


My name is Caitlin, friends call me Cat. I'm 23 years old and live in South Texas. I wouldn't say I'm a great writer. My main hobby is photography and I just tinker with writing but I do enjoy it. more..

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