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Poems About: FAIRY

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  • 49.
    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
  • 50.
    Moonlite Faries

    Moon Lite Fairies

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

    James Casey
  • 51.
    The Ring

    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
  • 52.
    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
  • 53.
    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
  • 54.
    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
  • 55.
    The Fairies

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

    Dora Sigerson Shorter
  • 56.
    Fairy Wings

    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
  • 57.
    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
  • 58.
    Cherry-Time

    Cherries of the night are riper
    Than the cherries pluckt at noon
    Gather to your fairy piper
    When he pipes his magic tune: read more »

    Robert Graves
  • 59.
    Dancing Fairies (Children)

    On warm dark nights I think I see
    beneath the weeping willow tree,
    the fairies dancing in the grass
    on tiny feet that fly so fast. read more »

    C.J. Heck
  • 60.
    Making Fairy Dust

    Want to attract a fairy?
    Here is what you have to do.
    Make a bit of fairy dust,
    With sparkles through and through. read more »

    Carla J Nelson
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