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Somewhere a Light is Glowing ©

Naomi Hurrell
Suffolk, England
2005

This place is made of dewdrops
As the uncertainty of clouds
Shrouded in dusty mystery
A book one reads aloud.

There are fairies in the candlelight
Dancers under the moon
Treasures in the ocean
Once lost but will be found soon.

They can fly when they believe
Their dreams keep them holding on
They donít need reassuring
And they donít need anyone.

They can live forever
Because forever lives for them
They smile in the starlight
Until night draws to an end.

The dust does not need lifting
Thereís no-one whoíll understand
Believe they must and believe they do
They can do anything.


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