The Magical Land
There is a land where pain and harm you will not find.
A place where imaginary beasts
Are never left behind.
The unicorn will frolic
And the dragon will soar
Far beyond the hustle and bustle
Of the world with so much uproar.
Fairies, they flutter and Pegasus does fly,
Way up in the heavens with the clouds so high.
The beauty of this land
Will have castles all around
And princes seeking the fair maidens hand.
The centaurs, they cavort
While pixies flit here and there.
A normal human being would only stand and stare.
If you earnestly do seek,
At this magical world
You may just get a peek.
Put aside your worries and cares
And climb the magical stairs
To a land with butterflies and fairies.
With the elves and cupids
You can happily pick berries
Never more to commiserate
About this worlds unhappy fate.
By: Ann Martin July 27, 1999
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