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Fairy Ballad Poems

These Fairy Ballad poems are examples of Ballad poems about Fairy. These are the best examples of Ballad Fairy poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Translation with Commentary of a Wild West Classic: SUMMER WINE by T Wignesan
Translation with commentary of an archetypal Wild West Classic : " Summer Wine "

(I'd wage my bottom diamond dime future generations will re-discover and treasure...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: america, angel, betrayal, england,



FOLKLORE
History of folklore in T & T
Influence by West African and Creole Spirituality
Narrated and told around kerosene lamps, our folklore
Characters, deities in ancient tribes before

Legend...

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Categories: 1st grade, evil, fantasy,

Hold My Hand

d C F F#
Let me hold your little hand
F C d a7
I will show you Neverland

There beneath the redden sky 
Captain Hook have lost his...

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Categories: song,

Biddy Early Biddy Early
This is a true story about an old Wise Woman who lived in the wilds of
West Ireland in the late 1800's.

She was a Seer, Healer....

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Categories: fairy, giving, ireland, longing,

I'd say I do
The ordeal of love
Drops of pain
Tears of longing
And the terror of losing out
If love wasn’t born a fairy then why is it a son of...

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Categories: betrayal, black love, break

The Bazaar Tale of Barry the Bar-Code Collector
Barry was a simple man
Who had a simple plan
He would be the greatest collector there has ever been
Of all outstanding Barcodes anyone would have seen

So...

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Categories: dedication,

The mystic Meadows
Of all those creatures;
You better be teachers
To notice all those features
Of the better reaches.

To my mystic mind
They are memories to bind
Those tiny looking elves
Sitting on...

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Categories: eve, fairy,



Premium Member Erlking: an English adaptation of Goethe's ballad, to be sung to Schubert's setting
[NARRATOR]
Who's riding so late through night so wild?
It is the father who holds his child.
He keeps the boy held close with his arm:
He clasps him...

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Categories: ballad, dark, evil, fairy, father

Love Nation - Vibration
Sound and Vibration is the essence of our being
Our energies, rhythm and beats creating our souls from afar
I hear, feel you deep inside
There is no...

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Categories: love,

Beloved Community
The 'Beloved Community'
by
Rick Folker

One beloved community
in God's world
Where each soul honors
the Image of God in the other
Where neither Jew nor Greek
Woman nor Man
Delivers the 'manifest...

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Categories: community, courage,

The Forgotten Sons
We were born with out the choice of choosing to be a girl or boy,
But we are here.
We never asked to be part of your...

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Categories: absence, child, discrimination, emotions,

Love as a Fairy-tale
If love was meant to be a fairy-tale
Should I ever want it to fail
I would wake everyday as it was spring
And there would be flowers...

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Categories: fairy, love,

My Maternal Grandfather Said-1
My Maternal Grandfather Said -- I
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Solomon said to Kash Dev
'Drain this valley !'.
I'll but , Hamala Pari, the charming fairy...!
So the big giant had drained...

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Categories: grandfather,

Premium Member RECIPE: Poulet Roti French Style - Instalment One
RECIPE:  "Poulet Roti"  French Style - Instalment One
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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, conflict, confusion, corruption,

LIVING IN BOOMERING
I remember when I could tell him
What I was thinking because;
I wanted him to know it.
I told it all to him like an innocent child.
He...

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Categories: anxiety, change, confusion, fairy,

Real friends

The truth behind it is there are real and there are fake
The real ones always stay its the fake ones that just take

They take all...

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Categories: absence, betrayal, corruption, emotions,

Premium Member La Femme Woor - Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's The Woor Woman by T Wignesan
(La ballade de) La femme Woor – Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s “The Woor Woman” by T. Wignesan

Le chasseur Bhoori demandit de la colline,
Puisque le ciel...

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Categories: adventure, death, fairy, fantasy,

Forsaken
Dark eyes cold heart
You had me from the start
No names just release
Two lovers' creating heat
I was yours you were mine
What happened once upon a time
The...

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Categories: analogy,

In love with Fungus
The Rose loved the Mushroom 
Who only came out at night
They lived in different soil
It just wasn't right
But the Mushroom never 
Noticed her beauty
Or smelled...

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Categories: cute love,

dream
not in day, in night
a lot numbers of stars
shining in the dark sky
oh! a falling star
coming in the direction of my heart
it will reach or...

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Categories: angel, autumn, beauty, cinderella,


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