The Fairies Wink

A fleeting flutter, nimble quick. A fairy flit round new leaf tip. Gave me a wink; try this one sip. From acorn cup put to my lip. Upon my tongue sweet nectar drop. My world did spin and then did stop. And blinking much I realised. I now had wings and was her size. Surprised, I found another change. My manly body rearranged. A female form did now have I. She winked again that naughty eye. Then flew me gently hand in hand. And lay me down on velvet land. Embraced and kissed me softly and … I’ve long forgot I was a man.   

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