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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 11, Issue 8 (November 2, 1936)

No Fairies?

No Fairies?

They say there are no fairies,
But they surely cannot know
Of the revelry at sunset,
When the goblins dancing go
With a whirling and a twirling
To the fairy music low.
Oh, I know, for I have seen them,
Though they thought they were alone.
I was very still and quiet
By a mossy-covered stone.
From the roses and the hedges
And the hollyhocks they came—
Well, perhaps you don't believe me,
But I saw them just the same.