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  • 109.
    The Fairy Folk

    In the hollow of the oak,
    Waiting patiently for night.
    The fairy king and fairy folk,
    Watch the quickly fading light.

    Inside the giant oak they wait,
    For their time will soon be here.
    With the moon and mist they have a date,
    To ride the moonbeams that they hold dear.

    The night arrives and the fairies fly,
    On golden moonbeams they spread their wings.
    Joyously reaching for the sky,
    Bringers of dreams and all good things.

    The fairy king upon a limb,
    Holds court for his subjects every night.
    In a hidden corner where the moon is dim,
    Till the early morning light.

    Deep in the woods, round hollow logs,
    Flying near the pond next to the oak.
    Through cattails and ferns, playing with frogs,
    Bringing joy to the forrest, fly the fairy folk.

    If you walk in the woods, your eyes will see,
    Their tiny lanterns glowing bright.
    Flying on moonbeams forever free,
    Illuminating the stygian night.

    There really are fairies, without a doubt,
    Just believe and they'll appear.
    Just walk quietly don't scream or shout,
    And you will see them flying near.

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  • 110.
    Moonlite Faries

    Moon Lite Fairies

    Ten tiny creatures of womanly form
    Meet in the night in a fairy tale swarm read more »

  • 111.
    Fairy Doors

    Sometimes, it looks beautiful and loving,
    Our thoughtless acts and thirst of beauty,
    Make much harm to the sweet beloved,
    We ultimately stop the outburst of beauty. read more »

  • 112.
    Little Red Riding Hood

    COME back, come back together,
    All ye fancies of the past,
    Ye days of April weather, read more »

  • 113.
    the river lingers on (From,134 Picture Poems)

    the river lingers on
    as fairies fold gently
    summer wings
    in the fading sun read more »

  • 114.
    Quatrain In My Garden

    In my garden, I did see
    a fairy staring back at me

    lying in a tulip bed read more »

  • 115.
    Quatrain A Fairy Story

    Stepping into a fairy ring
    every fairy began to sing
    presented with a ring of gold
    a fairy story, I was told. read more »

  • 116.
    Snow Fairy

    Think not this quite contrary
    But there is a Snow Fairy!

    She only lives in the snow read more »

  • 117.
    Let We Be In A Fairy-Tale

    fairy-tale that
    make for ourselves: read more »

  • 118.
    The Fairies

    The fairies, the fairies, the mischief-loving fairies,
    Have stolen my loved one, my darling, and my dear; read more »

  • 119.

    She hear the angels piping in the breeze
    And she see the fairies dancing on the trees
    And she run to her mum to tell her what she's seen
    But mum of course does not believe Maureen. read more »

  • 120.

    Unplugged; read more »

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  3. A Fairy Poem, Douglas McClarty
  4. Away With The Fairies, Douglas McClarty
  5. The Fairies Treasure Day, Lianah Quero
  6. The Story Of Fairy, sudhanshu shekhar
  7. Where The Fairies Dance, Clara Keiper
  8. It's All Just A Fairy Tale To Me, Victoria Perriola
  9. Somewhere In Fantasy Land Magic Meadows, Heather Burns
  10. Somewhere In Fantasy Land Butter Cup Wi.., Heather Burns
  11. Let We Be In A Fairy-Tale, Emmanuel George Cefai
  12. Fairy fairy, hasmukh amathalal
  13. FAIRIES, Philo Yan
  14. Quatrain A Fairy Story, Heather Burns
  15. Fairy Dreams, Denis Martindale
  16. “I Believe in Fairies”, persian khushi
  17. Dance Fairy, Fairy Bright, Adam Latham
  18. How Fair If The Fairy, Riitta Gyllenbogel
  19. Making Fairy Dust, Carla J Nelson
  20. Somewhere In Fantasyland, Heather Burns
  21. Mystical Meadows, persian khushi
  22. 'Mystical Meadows', persian khushi
  23. Fairies, sharon ann shiju
  24. Banished Fairy, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  25. Fairy boy, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  26. (Freedom poems) Fairy child, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  27. The Ring, Orlando Belo
  28. Dancing with the fairies, Mariya Shostak
  29. The green lights of fairies, Ebi Robert
  30. Fête Champêtre, Arthur Symons
  32. I Try To Think Why Her Answer Always End.., chelliah pandian
  33. Moonlite Faries, James Casey
  34. The Fairies, Dora Sigerson Shorter
  35. Feeding The Fairies, Menella Bute Smedley
  36. Cherry-Time, Robert Graves
  37. Blue Fairy, Rosalita Fernandez
  38. SuIcIdE...2, lil'emo'kid BwOkEnHeArT
  39. Folklore for Children (1) and (2), Joyce Hemsley
  40. I BELIEVE IN FAIRIES, aashka thakkar
  41. Pink Fairy, Aminath Neena
  42. My fairy tale, qualisa thomas
  43. Fairyland 02.09.2009, Margaret Alice
  44. Fairy Fever, Joyce Hemsley
  45. A fairy tale, Nizamettin Esen Haymanali
  46. Wishes To The Blue Fairy, Rosalita Fernandez
  47. Etheree in Key of F, Amera Andersen
  48. A Beautiful Fairy And The Fairy Dust Rain, Justin Gildow
  49. Free Flying, Rosalita Fernandez
  50. Folklore in Maytime, Joyce Hemsley
  51. fairy tale pt 2, cynthia Routen
  52. Fairytail life, Tessa Monaghan
  53. its a b'day of a fairy....(1) ...., arpit kulshrestha
  54. A Song Of Faries, Chloe White
  55. My Fairy Tale, Randy Hogan
  56. Picture for Me, George BernardBloodyShaw
  57. One-Way Fairy Tale, mhawi rosero
  58. Fairy Tale Life A.16 September 2008, Margaret Alice
  59. Little Fairy, Brittany Graviet
  60. Granny's Angel, Carolyn Sears
  61. The Land Of Fairy Tales, Seema Chowdhury
  62. Fairy Tell, Rakeem Person
  63. Play The Game Or Else, Rachel Slimm
  64. A Tightwad Tooth Fairy Called Griselda, David Harris
  65. Fairies own world, vijay gupta
  66. Not a Fairy Angel, My Dear.., George Sicillia
  67. Fairy Wings, rita alyson petts
  68. Fairies, emily montz
  69. Fanciful Dream, Francis Duggan
  70. The only golden fairy, Kristinahh KIMBER
  71. Maureen, Francis Duggan
  72. The Getaway, Amanda Dickerman
  73. My Unknown Fairy, kanu aravind
  74. Misnomers, Yen Cress
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