Fairytale Serge KozachukSerge Kozachuk “Fairytale”


Afternoon on a Hill

I will be the gladdest thing

Under the sun!

I will touch a hundred flowers

And not pick one.


I will look at cliffs and clouds

With quiet eyes,

Watch the wind bow down the grass,

and the grass rise.


And when lights begin to show

Up from the town,

I will mark which must be mine,

And then start down!

~by Edna St. Vincent Millay

from Collected Poems


  1. Noelle!! I too would be the gladdest thing under the sun in such a dignified and serene place which is also so vibrant and energetic.

    "Watch the wind bow down the grass,
    and the grass rise."

    These lines speak so much for resilience. I loved it.
    Besides the poem is so full of positivity
    and direction in every verse.

    Lovely verse and a very heartening effect of the picture.

    You really are such a wonderful person at heart!!


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