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"Upon A Dream"
a traditional Picsee poem

In the mid-o-the night
the faeries take flight
on wings that they wove from the day
and they'll fly and they'll leap
while you fall asleep
along brooks and over the brae.

For within this world,
it has been foretold,
is a magic so pure it's agleam
now their legend is true
and it involves you
and the places you go when you dream.

by the Picsees
Written by the Picsees and first Published on 16 September 2014
© thepicsees.com

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