„Every fairy child may keep
Two strong ponies and ten sheep;
All have houses, each his own,
Built of brick or granite stone;
They live on cherries, they run wild —
I'd love to be a Fairy's child.“

—  Robert Graves, "I'd Love To Be A Fairy's Child".
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