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Poems About: FAIRY

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  • 109.
    The Rose Fairy

    When God created the very first rose,
    All the forest fairies were thrilled!
    They formed a queue to line up for a smell,
    Each swooning at its delightful fragrance. read more »

    Denis Martindale
  • 110.
    The Shy Christmas Tree And The Hundred Fairy Lights

    Now the Christmas tree sits shyly
    In the corner of the room,
    Like a shining beam of brightness
    In the dismal winter gloom, read more »

    C Richard Miles
  • 111.
    The Fairy Pendant

    Scene: A circle of Druidic stones

    First Fairy: Afar from our lawn and our levee,
    O sister of sorrowful gaze! read more »

    William Butler Yeats
  • 112.
    The Fairies of Janet's Foss

    I’ll take you to a fairy glade
    Within a wooded place.
    Here, where a waterfall cascades,
    You may see a fairy face. read more »

    Josie Whitehead
  • 113.
    Faeriedell (A Children's Rhyme) .

    Do you believe in Fairies’ thoughts, do you believe in spells?
    You see their thoughts wisp through the air, down by Faeriedell,
    Look carefully and you will see them, sitting in their trees
    Laughing, smiling, telling tales, just doing as they please. read more »

    PAUL COLVIN
  • 114.
    A Role Reversal (Fun Poem 137)

    Woke up this morning
    and put my wife's red dress on
    as she put on my suit.
    Sounds a bit wacky, read more »

    David Harris
  • 115.
    flightless (age 16)

    *On that glorious night an 'Angel' appeared
    With eyes as green as the exotic mountains
    The 'Angel' sparkled like the beautiful stars that the world got trapped beneathe
    Soaring through the gental hum of the night breeze read more »

    Jessica C. Galvan
  • 116.
    Talking China Doll Dreams of Merry Go Round, Playground & Fairy Stage

    Fair fairy tales would be perfect for putting child to bed,
    inciting images of speedy spinner merry-go-round or swings instesad,
    for once ignoring the bare wood or carpet
    which level inner sides of the house to let. read more »

    Hercolena Oliver
  • 117.
    Happily Ever After

    I've been dreaming of a life,
    a life with the one I love,
    a life that everybody would want,
    a life of a Happily Ever After. read more »

    Maria Regina Ancheta
  • 118.
    The Dream Fairy

    A little fairy comes at night,
    Her eyes are blue, her hair is brown’
    with silver spots upon her wings,
    And from the moon she flutters down. read more »

    Thomas Hood
  • 119.
    Beautiiful Fairy Tale Dream..

    Day after day
    I think more about how
    my life is more like a fairy tale
    I believe that dreams do cum true read more »

    Miizz. Beautiiful
  • 120.
    Fairies Call.

    A thing that did me enthral,
    Was an invitation to a Fairy Ball.
    Pixies and Gnomes, Fairies and Elves,
    All came to the ball dressed as themselves. read more »

    Bernard Shaw
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