Poems About: FAIRY
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37.I Try To Think Why Her Answer Always Ends In A No
May be she is trapped inside a water droplet
Resting on a green leaf
Of a rose plant
in the eden garden read more »chelliah pandian
All the names I know from nurse:
Gardener's garters, Shepherd's purse,
Bachelor's buttons, Lady's smock,
And the Lady Hollyhock. read more »Robert Louis Stevenson
Im sitting here
Living my life
What it could be read more »Tessa Monaghan
40.I BELIEVE IN FAIRIES
THERE ARE FAIRIES AMONG US
LIGHT ON THEIR FEET, DANCING AROUND,
WITH LITTLE FLUTTERING GREEN WINGS
THEY LIFT UP OFF THE GROUND. read more »aashka thakkar
Moon Lite Fairies
Ten tiny creatures of womanly form
Meet in the night in a fairy tale swarm read more »James Casey
42.Where Do The Fairies Go?
I was eating a fairy cake the other morn, when I thought I wonder if it's true that for every baby born, a fairy god mother is sworn.
Well now I have grown up, can I still speak to the fairies or am I just away with? read more »Steven Robinson
I discovered a perfect circle of mushrooms,
some believe this to be a fairy ring.
I decided to watch the ring from some distance
on the off chance I might see something. read more »Orlando Belo
44.Dancing with the fairies
Walking through the fields
I saw a fairy dancing.
The fairy was so pretty
Dancing in the moonlight. read more »Mariya Shostak
45.Broken Fairy Tales
Heres a little story that I made up
So let's play make believe
In my castle on the cliff
I look out to sea read more »AnneMarie Hewlett
46.A Tightwad Tooth Fairy Called Griselda
There was a tightwad tooth fairy
and Griselda was her name.
When you had your teeth out
and put them under the pillow read more »David Harris
There's a fairy sitting by the pool making fairy wings. from gossamer
and spider webs and silk worm's silk and things.
In summer-time they have a ball; the elves and gnomes come one and all.
The music's played in trumpet flowers; the ball goes on for hours and hours. As dawn begins to break and people start to rise, read more »rita alyson petts
The fairies, the fairies, the mischief-loving fairies,
Have stolen my loved one, my darling, and my dear; read more »Dora Sigerson Shorter