Irene Beddies

June



June
 
 
Midges are playing in the air
up and down in their dance.
A dragonfly shoots along by chance
in steel and emerald glare.
 
 
Grass and flowers sway in the fields:
they seem like a sea of silvery green
dotted with yellow and aquamarine.
Summer his sceptre wields.
 
 
Hidden, the birds already have sung
since long their praise and tune.
Now they chase after the bugs of June
and flies to feed their young.
 
 
Veiled is the sky by the heat of the day,
dreamily whisper the leaves some old
tales of dwarfs guarding their gold
and of dancing elves on their way.
 
 
 
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Published on e-Stories.org on 06/16/2012.

 

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In Krollebolles Reich: Märchen von Irene Beddies



Irene Beddies hat in diesem Band ihre Märchen für Jugendliche und Erwachsene zusammengestellt.
Vom Drachen Alka lesen wir, von Feen, Prinzen und Prinzessinnen, von kleinen Wesen, aber auch von Dummlingen und ganz gewöhnlichen Menschen, denen ein wunderlicher Umstand zustößt.
In fernen Ländern begegnen dem Leser Paschas und Maharadschas. Ein Rabe wird sogar zum Rockstar.
Auch der Weihnachtsmann darf in dieser Gesellschaft nicht fehlen.

Mit einer Portion Ironie, aber auch mit Mitgefühl für die Unglücklichen, Verzauberten wird erzählt.

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