The Bluebell Wood~ Poem and Story

Once upon a time within a wood

Unfolding her wings a Fairy Girl stood

She flew and she sang with the hum of the Bee

Sprinkling her dust to create a blue seaRufford Park

Each flower she tended with love and with care

Sharing their nectar she lived happily there

Blackbird

The blackbird he sang his delight in his Song

The wood their home it was where both belonged

Bluebell Wood ~ Rufford

She’d fly high and low touching each bell

And each one would open under her spell

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Soon there were thousands, they stretched out for miles

Each one touched by the Fairy with smiles.

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Now one day a woman alone and forlorn

Walked in the wood all weary and worn

She’d strayed from the path so deep was her thought

Blinded by tears of life’s worries she was caught

Bluebell Path

She rested her back by the trunk of a tree

Closing her eyes, that woman was me

She came to the wood to speak to a tree

The ‘Old One’ would listen, Silence being the key

Bluebell trail

His branches would creak, his bark would feel warm

The ‘Old One’ poured love, and the woman felt calm

The Fairy would sit up high in his branch

Watching the exchange and the woman’s downward glance.

The Standing One in the Bluebell wood

She’d fly by her shoulder and tickle her hair

With each breath the woman discarded her cares

She stood up, breathed deep, hugging her tree

Her thoughts now clear, her mind filled with glee

Bluebells

She turned giving thanks and blinked in surprise

Gasping out loud as the sight met her eyes

Her smile now broad, her heart full of love

The Woman discovers the Bluebell Wood..

Bluebell edge of the wood

And so she returns at May time each year

Feeding the birds, she no longer sheds tears

The Fairies still fly and dance in the tree

And once in a while they visit with me

Feeding the Birds

The moral of this tale is to open your heart

Let Nature heal you, you are one from the start

Discover your breath and talk to the trees

Seek out the Silence; your mind holds the keys

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So let go of sorrow, worry and strive

Let Nature in for she’s part of your life

And if you should wander and stray off track

Remember that LOVE will lead you straight back..

© Sue Dreamwalker 2014 All rights reserved.

Have a Wonderful Weekend All of You.. I thought to re-share this story poem, as the bluebells are out in England, and I shall be walking the woods..

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Enjoy May Blossoms and each other

  Happy  Beltane  and Here’s to New Beginnings!

Thank you for reading

~Sue~

Photo Credit.. Fairy : https://www.flickr.com/photos/21886313@N00/5658082599/in/photostream/

 

109 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Colleen Chesebro: WordCraftPoetry
    Apr 29, 2022 @ 22:53:32

    Sue, this poem made me so happy. I love it! 💖

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  2. Mark Lanesbury
    Apr 29, 2022 @ 22:58:48

    I love this Sue, I can feel the journey. Only that inner ‘knowing’ can touch here and express it so well. Enjoy the woods with its bluebells, the tree’s with their wisdom, but most of all, let your soul feel it all. Enjoy your spring dear lady 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

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  3. laurabruno
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 00:02:51

    Beautiful poem, photos and message! Love you, Sue. Happy Beltane!

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  4. thespiritkeeper
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 00:08:18

    What a funtastic poem story. Nothing like being in nature and hugging a tree. My friend from a wee age was communing with nature. Gaia has been so good to me and im grateful to her. Gaia has been my healer anf friend. My only hope is that people wake up to the destruction they have and still inflict on her. Enjoy your walk in the woods.

    💝💝💝💝💝💝💝💝💝💝💝💝💝💝💝

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 03, 2022 @ 15:56:12

      Lets hope so Joseph… So much pollution and poison many are not even aware is happening.. Yet Mother Nature knows all… And people will have to wake up sooner or later, or else face Mother’s Balancing ..
      So pleased you enjoyed the woodland story walk.. 🙂
      Mega Hugs your way 🙂 💚🙏

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  5. Val Boyko
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 00:11:18

    So beautiful Sue. Bluebell wood have always been to special to me.

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  6. Val Boyko
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 00:12:23

    Let us let nature in and embrace her possibilities 💕🙏💕

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  7. JanBeek
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 00:53:19

    Beautiful! Just what I needed as I am in pain and Bob’s driving me home after a long afternoon at the surgery center. I feel those fairy kisses on my boo-boo!! Thanks for the honor of your decision to follow JanBeek, Sue. I appreciate you ! I love your blog. ❤️👍🏽

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 03, 2022 @ 15:50:04

      Thank you Jan… I was following you, and tried altering the settings and unfollowed you by mistakes.. Hopefully I should now get notifications again of your posts.. in my bell notifications if I have done it right.. lol.. Hope your hand soon heals dear Jan and your pain is now eased from the other day.
      Love and hugs your way ❤

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  8. John Thomas Dodds
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 00:55:42

    I moved to Mexico from the Berkshires in MA. For a moment there I was walking in the woods again. Thank you for the memory.

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  9. Miriam
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 01:38:13

    So very beautiful. I loved your words, the images they evoked and the message to always come back to love. Enjoy your walks dear Sue, nature is indeed the key. Sending much love your way. ❤️🙏 xx

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  10. dgkaye
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 01:46:15

    I loved this hopeful poem Sue. Wise advice as always. Often a walk into nature and silence can warm what ails us internally. ❤ xox

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  11. Writing to Freedom
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 05:20:11

    thanks for the fanciful prose Sue. May we and the fairies walk in the bluebell woods, nurturing our minds and spirits. Hugs…

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  12. Tom
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 06:57:35

    Happy Bluebell Time, Sue!
    A magical walk and inspiring poem.
    Enjoy your weekend! 🙂

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  13. Words on Paper
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 08:30:14

    Quite made my morning, reading and absorbing the inspiring calm of your lovely words…

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  14. derrickjknight
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 10:01:29

    Beautifully done. How, I wonder, did I know that woman was you before I came to it? 🙂

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  15. marina kanavaki
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 10:22:21

    What a beautiful poem, my dearest Sue. May we all find our Bluebell Wood! Many hugs and Love your way! 💙💜🎵🐦🌳

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  16. Mabel Kwong
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 11:33:42

    Such a thoughtful poem that speaks volumes, Sue. Though you may be sharing it, it has a message many o f us can learn and take to heart. Sometimes we get a little lost and need to find our way, to heal and connect with ourselves, and then connect with what’s beyond. Learning to let go and eventually let go can be challenging but it’s such a powerful, empowering thing. Love and light will always guide us along even in the hardest of times. Happy weekend to you. Here’s to new beginnings. Hope you are well, Sue 😊

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  17. inavukic
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 11:53:18

    Never too much of blue bells! Always inspire just like your poem.

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  18. Newbloggycat
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 14:21:54

    Aww this is so beautifully written, dear Sue. Thank you for thr reminder to open our heart, to let go and to let nature heal us. I was lost in the woods this past few months and I’m almost done with the email. I will send it soon. Much love and light to you ◟(◔ั₀◔ั )◞ ༘❤️❤️❤️

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  19. Baydreamer
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 14:37:15

    I love this, Sue! Well written and the message is so wise. Nature always has her calming way, prompting us to see life through hopeful colored lenses. 🙂 Beautiful photos, too! ❤️💐

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  20. Renee Espriu
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 17:14:17

    A beautiful poem my dear friend. I was in the throes of difficulties in life so this is the first time I have read it. Hope you enjoyed your walk in the woods. Take care. xoxo

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  21. boundlessblessingsblog
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 17:31:33

    Bewitching and beautiful poem, Sue. So well written. Nature is always at its best and inspiring. Too good pictures.

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  22. litebeing
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 18:13:05

    happy future Beltane! this new moon is very close to the cross quarter degree 15 degrees which signifies the 4 pagan festivals. Your photos are pure magic and just what my soul needed.

    big hugs,
    Linda ❤

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  23. Bela Johnson
    Apr 30, 2022 @ 21:38:50

    Beautiful. 💓💓💓

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  24. Jennie
    May 01, 2022 @ 12:30:08

    Just wonderful, Sue. Beautiful and poignant. Enjoy walking among the bluebells and feeling the joy.

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  25. Visionkeeper
    May 01, 2022 @ 13:41:56

    Love it DW!!! Bluebells are so gorgeous and lift the spirits up high where the Fairies fly.. Spring is so inspiring as it delivers color and new birth and hope. May your spring be exceptional DW…Happy planting. I’m sure the Fairies will help. Be well dear friend and stay peaceful within…Love and hugs to you all….VK ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 03, 2022 @ 14:20:22

      The Fairies always a bonus dear VK… and Nature holds us captive in her Spring Time Glory.. I received your communication dear VK…. And sending love and hugs.. will reply shortly… So many things outdoors keep pulling me away from internet.. But we get there eventually LOL…
      Sending love and hugs right back to you ❤

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  26. The Coastal Crone
    May 01, 2022 @ 18:17:45

    A lovely poem, story and photos! Yes, nature can renew us – even a tree, especially if a fairy is watching. Enjoy your walk in the woods!

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  27. The Path to My Heart
    May 02, 2022 @ 16:02:26

    Wonderful poem and story Sue! Nature can indeed heal – even just for the beauty touching our soul, as you say we are a part of her. I feel nature will become even more prevalent in our lives to come, and good to be her friend as she is definitely a great listener!! Thanks for sharing with us! Much love, Donna

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 03, 2022 @ 13:29:51

      Likewise Donna… Nature heals and I have been in beautiful surroundings over the weekend where I too have felt such peace and gratefulness of heart for all her beauty and bounties..
      Respect for her I feel is returning, and with it I pray our respect of each other too will once again begin to enter our lives…
      May we all learn to embrace our individual gifts and learn to share them with one another… Thank you for reading Donna. Much love your way 🙂

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  28. Infinite Living
    May 03, 2022 @ 05:40:44

    I have always loved your story about The Woman and how she finds solace in her own Spirit as she allows nature to take over and heal & seal her deepest grooves & wounds. Her grief transformed to pure joy of being. a rememberance of her own raw belonging to nature and how that Oneness nurtures, soothes and takes away all suffering borrowed from worldly ways of existing humanly. Oh what a gift to read from you dear Sue, a rich sense of Being!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 03, 2022 @ 12:43:55

      Your interpretation of the Woman’s story is perfectly described. And I thank you Pragalbha for the gift of your presence.. You add richness, simply by your BE-ing, and the lovely comments you leave..
      Many thanks my friend ❤ 🙏

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  29. robbiesinspiration
    May 03, 2022 @ 06:01:09

    This is such a beautiful poem, Sue. Thank you for sharing it and the gorgeous pictures of the bluebells.

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  30. Dr. Andrea Dinardo
    May 03, 2022 @ 16:31:17

    This post is everything! Thank you for your continued inspiration for life and dreams Sue. Your words and photography are magic xo

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  31. Wendy Gillissen
    May 04, 2022 @ 10:32:48

    What a wonderful poem! And lovely pictures, bluebells are so magical, I can just imagine each one being tended by a loving fairy ♥ Thanks for reminding me of the healing power of Nature dear Sue! x

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  32. Freya Pickard Author
    May 04, 2022 @ 15:03:29

    lovely poem – awesome photos – I just love bluebells!

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  33. roughwighting
    May 04, 2022 @ 19:41:28

    This poem gave me “happy chills” up my spine to my scalp. You know what I mean? (This kind of happy chill happens in a really good meditation session, if I’m lucky.) FANTASTIC, Sue. Thank you for bringing me joy with your poem about the woman, the fairy, and the appreciation of what Mother Nature can bring us.

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  34. Ka Malana - Fiestaestrellas.com
    May 06, 2022 @ 15:18:54

    Spectacular images and tale, Sue. Those bluebells are so gorgeous and magical! Happy Beltane! We are loving Spring here, too. 💗

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  35. Lisa Hutchison LMHC
    May 09, 2022 @ 14:20:30

    Thank you for your delightful poem, Sue.
    I feel uplifted!
    Nature is healing, when we open our hearts and souls to her.
    Many Blessings to you dear friend,
    Lisa xoxo

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  36. Barbara Franken
    May 10, 2022 @ 08:37:06

    I’ve just returned from a stay I never Derbyshire and enjoyed the forest bluebells and so much more delight this springtime! I was actually wondering how you were, what you’re doing! I’ll be back in the summer and maybe it would be nice to meet up somewhere. A beautiful poem Sue, Thankyou, sending love from a sunny spain x

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 10, 2022 @ 17:55:08

      I know your loved of the the Derbyshire Dales dear Barbara, and the bluebell woods are a joy this time of year.. I am so pleased you had such a joyous visit and hope that you get to return in the Summer.. and would be a delight to meet and greet.
      Sending love and well wishes dearest Barbara.. ❤

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  37. peNdantry
    May 11, 2022 @ 10:11:35

    This is wonderful, and particularly timely for me. Thanks for sharing it, Sue!

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  38. Billybuc
    May 11, 2022 @ 20:36:10

    I’m wondering how I lost touch with your blog. I don’t get notifications like I once did, and without a reminder I am lost to remember. So glad you commented on my new blog. It’s good to reconnect with a quality human being. I hope this finds you well, my friend. Sending love and hugs from afar!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 12, 2022 @ 11:29:27

      Thank you Bill, it maybe as I’ve not posted on my gardening blog in months and you were following that one..
      I had a five month break from everything, and still to pick up on my garden blog..
      Were too busy with the real thing to be honest.. though I have done a little video, I hope to upload there soon.
      No worries I found you. Lol Best regards to you both.

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  39. Susi Bocks
    May 16, 2022 @ 03:15:10

    Absolutely beautiful, Sue! Thanks for taking us along to witness the “regeneration” of your essence. 🙂

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