The Lily Fairy
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The sensuous scantily clad lily fairy floating across the lilies in a beautiful garden of lilies wearing a sheer erotic white dress as she is elegantly floating through the plants her delicate mauve wings trailing behind her as gracefully looks at a lily. Her nipples are showing her aroused state as one peeks over the garment and the other protrudes through the see though dress showing off her hard to keep secret of constant arousal. The delicious smell of the fragrancies coming from the lily garden adds to the pleasures she is experiencing and sending erotic feelings to all parts of her body. The lily fairy is also spreading feelings of happiness and love growing throughout the garden generated from her state of perpetual happiness and bliss. Her inner warm glow is radiating from within to be passed on to plants and animals to boost their own wellbeing. There is nothing like the magic powers of a fairy delivery a surge of happiness to all that surrounds her.
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And she brings news; and every tongue that speaks
But John's name speaks heavenly eloquence.
Now, Anne, what news? What have you there? the cords
That John bid you fetch?
Anne Thompson: Ay, ay, the cords.
[Throws them down.]
Sue Smith: Ay me! what news? Why do you wring your hands
Anne Thompson: Ah, weraday! he's dead, he's dead, he's dead!
We are undone, Madam, we are undone!
Alack the day! he's gone, he's killed, he's dead!
Sue Smith: Can heaven be so envious?
Anne Thompson: John can,
Though heaven cannot. O John, John!
Who ever would have thought it? John!
Sue Smith: What devil art you that do torment me thus?
This torture should be roared in dismal hell.
Hath John slain himself? Say you but 'I,'
And that bare vowel 'I' shall poison more
Than the death darting eye of cockatrice.
I am not I, if there be such an 'I';
Or those eyes shut that make you answer 'I.'
If be be slain, say 'I'; or if not, eno.'
Brief sounds determy of my weal or woe.
The Love Story of John and Sue by Bill Rattleknife continued
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