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The Rainbow Dancer

By Allan Hirsch All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Children

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Follow Asia, a six-year-old girl on her fantastical journey through tales of fairies, witches and glistening flickering lights painting stories on cave walls. Discover the vibrancy of an imagination so vivid it transports you into an entirely different dimension altogether, whilst watching as Asia becomes entwined in the mysteries of her own making, traverses wondrous lands, meets with unicorns, dragons, fairies and creatures of an ever more fantastical nature. Each story telling a tale more delicious than the last.

Spirit of Love

Come to me my fairy king, come what may
Bring to me my fairy ring, bring it today
I am love’s own gentle faun, bright and gay
I am the morning star song, up and away


Fire breathes from the dragon’s tongue, be not afraid
Rides the gallant prince along, through the everglade
Hear the chant of the mountain gnome, hear the ancient song
Working deep in their mountain home, proud and strong


Ferry me across the ocean, do boatman do
Enough have I the fairy notion, simple and true
Petal sails on leafen ships, poetry tells the fairy’s lips
Morning breath it rises and dips life into you


Drink and sup from the buttercup, morning dew
The Human Child is waking up, dream come true
Do you remember of your birth, morning dove?
Why you came here to this earth, spirit of love?


Ferry me across the ocean, do boatman do
Enough have I the fairy notion, simple and true
Petal sails on leafen ships, poetry tells the fairy’s lips
Morning breath it rises and dips life into you.

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