Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Special Feature Collaborative Poem--By Marlene Million, Alice Couch and Mary Couch--United States

Fairy Mist

By Marlene Million, Alice Couch and Mary Couch

Fairies dance amid autumn leaves.
Flitting gaily at dark of moon.
Enchantment floats, musical realm.
Wings a flutter, sparkling magic.

Opaque mist surrounds golden moon,
Wind whistles through aspen and oak,
Fairies join with orange flaming leaves,
Midnight reverie beneath orb.

Birch sway to ethereal music,
Tree frogs join in the serenade.
Wisps frolic about the woodland,
Fairies harvest autumn splendor.


  1. Marlene, Alice and Mary,
    A beautiful poem perfect for the Fall and Halloween season! Welcome Alice to Whispers!
    Your new friend,
    David Fox

  2. Smooth painting emerges not only from paint brushes but also from words of these three sensitive poets. I feel the scent of beautiful one autumn night. Congratulations to the triad. .

  3. Thank you, Isha Wagner, for the following--

    Yes, dancing fairies, perhaps in Findhorn? This poem is wonderfully imaginative, Or perhaps these fairies are real, within the bounds of reality. I don't know but I do know a delightful poem and I believe these three writers have the ability to travel even further with their originality.

    Yours sincerely
    Isha Wagner

  4. I'm smiling. I loved this witty and bright poem by the three of you. Thank you all for sharing and continued blessings!

    -MJ (

  5. I loved this well written, delightful poem collaborated by you three talented poets. Being a little girl at heart I have always loved fanciful fantasy. Fun images for all of the fall season Thank you for sharing your talents with all of us here on Whispers.
    Love, Charlene

  6. Surreal and beautiful. This was sheer joy to read in the morning.

  7. I ejoyed your whimsical seasonal treat ladies. Welcome to Whispers! Aloha. Connie

  8. A lovely triple collaboration, in which imagery plays an important role. Well done...and a special welcome to Alice (who I believe could be related to Mary!).