The Song Of The Sloe Fairy, an autumn Flower Fairy poem: And now is Autumn here, and lo, The Blackthorn bears the purple sloe! But ah, how much Too sharp these plums, Until the touch Of Winter comes!
Cicely Mary Barker, a spring fairy, "The Heart's-ease Fairy."
The Bubble by Clarence H. White, 1898.
Best and dearest flower that grows, Perfect both to see and smell; Words can never, never tell Half the beauty of a Rose- Buds that open to disclose Fold on fold of purest white, Lovely pink, or red that glows Deep, sweet-scented. What delight To be a Fairy of the Rose!