The Knighting of Sir Peanut

On this wonderful day
Sir Peanut would be Knighted
He became a true blue-blood
No longer did he feel slighted.

The fairy Princess of St. George
Traveled across the open sea.
To reward loyal Sir Peanut
With this honorable decree.

From this day forward
All would know by this act
Daring, brave, old Peanut
Was a royal, and that’s a fact!

Additional information:
Fairy Wings:

A fairy child is not born
As I am sure you all do know
With a full set of wings
They develop as the child grows.

A fairy princess is special,
Her wings are made of shells
They are coated in fine silver
They tinkle just like bells.

As she becomes a young woman
Her wings begin to feather
The transparent soft layers
Become sheaths as strong as leather.

So, perhaps you passed on by
A girl child you thought was eerie
Not realizing that one day
She would grow into a fairy. . .

a rhonda original© 2010


The Knighting of Sir Peanut
by restlessd

The Knighting of Sir Peanut

Rhonda Strickland

Sun City, United States

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A story created to go with the “image”: to be included in my upcoming childrens’ book – original image used is my granddaughter, Tegan & one of her dogs, Peanut.


The Knighting of Sir Peanut
by restlessd

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