Tinkerbell’s home

A fairy’s twinkle
Touched poor heart
Lost, bewildered
Stops and starts
Looking for her abode
To return in kind
affection received
Love left behind
Crossed seven seas
Could not find
Fairy and her home
Honolulu to Rome
Searched researched
for decades past
Eyes had less light
million memories lost
Stumbled upon
most beautiful dome
my missing dear fairy
and her long lost home
Kiss was returned
Passions climb
Eyes shined brightly
one last time
travels of decades
worth every dime
last breath in her arms
in heaven sublime

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77 thoughts on “Tinkerbell’s home”

    1. SB, of course you are tinkerbell, fairy who beautifully tinker with ordinary words and make them truly magical πŸ™‚ if you wish for it, work for it, the house will be yours πŸ™‚

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  1. Thank you for liking β€œHappy Fourth of July.” I like the fairy-tale quality of this poem. Even though this poem is about a search for a fairy, which is typically thought of as an imaginary being, it taps into the real human need to find a sense of belonging and acceptance somewhere in this world. Both of those things are indeed precious and elusive.


    1. It was my pleasure, really grateful for your thoughts on my post πŸ™‚ who said fairies are imaginary, met few yesterday πŸ™‚


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