My new Piece “Fairy Feast” live on Masticadoresindia

This is a gorgeous fairy art print from a detailed blue pen and ink and watercolor painting of a whimsical fairy on a pond by Liza Paizis.

vanish into
sultry eyeless
air, baffling fog
senses dimly
pale as love
sealing hearts
alike elegant
evening primrose
my dainty fingers
elongate, grow
sensors fondling
tree swing
holding your
last laugh
stars cry gilded
tears leaving
trails of wispy
light floating

I hope you will read the rest of this piece on MasticadoresIndia ( now called ChewersMasticadores ), and please, if you like it, consider following and subscribing to this magazine full of all types of exciting poetry, prose, and stories.  Tell your writing buddies about Masticadores.  Many blessings, and may God bless you and your loved ones!  Happy weekend everybody.  Love Joni

33 thoughts on “My new Piece “Fairy Feast” live on Masticadoresindia

    1. Thank you so much, Tim. I so appreciate your reading and am so grateful you liked it. We have looked at some homes in your neck of the woods. We haven’t been able to find a place with any trees, however. Sending you both my love.

      1. You have to look in the valley (expensive) or the mountains (can have serious water problems in the Sandias and Manzanos) to have trees. There are lots of trees in the mountains of northern NM. Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Toas are expensive. Other towns are remote and the natives don’t always take well to outsiders.

      2. This is very helpful, Tim. Thank you. We were looking at some places that were pretty remote and wondered about that. Yes, Toas is way too expensive for us. I appreciate this, Tim. We may be moving without a place to go, but that would be ok with me as I am ready for an adventure. Big hugs and love, Joni

      3. If you are looking for a nice area with trees, fairly remote and reasonably priced, check out Silver City in southwestern NM. That’s one place I would consider living other than where I live.

      4. Scott and I are looking right now, thank you Tim. How thoughtful of you. We will let you know if we find something there. Scott just found it on his map, we are going in now for a look. Thanks again, Big hugs, Joni

      5. There a lots of cool things around Silver City. It has a old open pit copper mine, it has Western NM University, and it’s not far from Las Cruces and El Paso. Elephant Butte lake is on the other side of the mountains to the east. There are cliff dwellings in the Gila wilderness area, the City of Rocks is to the south, and there are beautiful scenic areas to the north.

      6. Tim, please check your email – I already found a home I love there. Thank you for being so kind and helpful, sending lots of love. Joni

      7. You are a fantastic artist and friend. Thank you so much, Tim. You are such a gracious man. Many blessings, and thanks again. You have been so helpful, I am not surprised as I knew you were a resourceful man. Big hugs and love, Joni

      8. One of the advantages of social networks. I’m always happy to help.

    1. Thank you Tricia. How nice to see your lovely face. I will be excited for things to slow down around here, we are certainly getting there so I can get back onto twitter. Big hugs and lots of love to you dear Tricia.

    1. Thank you, Nancy as that is always a big compliment coming from you. I hope to see you published on one of the English sites soon. Big hugs and lots of love, Joni

  1. Absolutely beautiful dear Joni 🌸💕 and I think I also commented on the beautiful artwork on IG. You are an amazing author and I love reading your work. Wishing you a blessed week ahead.

    1. Thank you so much Cindy, I fell in love with this piece as well. It is amazing what is on line. Sometimes I can not find the name of the artist and that bothers me. I am glad you enjoyed it too. Big hugs and lots of love, Joni

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