From The Sun, May 9, 1915. By Lillian MacDonald.
Dear child, I’ve brought a toadstool,
It’s a table for our feast,
And a cowslip (such a bargain—
Worth three daisies at the least!)
With five small cups upon it,
Full of sparkling, shining dew,
And of violets for perfume
We will scatter just a few.
We’ve pollen in a rose leaf;
Other dainties, more or less;
For it takes such choice refreshments
To make parties a success.
Please come at half past midnight;
I’ll send Glowworm to attend.
Until supper time, believe me,
Your devoted Fairy Friend.